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Webinar: Engaging Out-of-School Time Leaders in Cultivating Interest and Competencies in Computing

Event Start Date: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 - 3:00 pm

Event End Date: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 - 4:00 pm

Add to Calendar Wednesday, June 30, 2021 3:00 pm Wednesday, June 30, 2021 4:00 pm America/New York Webinar: Engaging Out-of-School Time Leaders in Cultivating Interest and Competencies in Computing

Engaging Out-of-School Time Leaders in Cultivating Interest and Competencies in Computing

Computing touches nearly every facet of our daily lives, both personally and professionally. Developing computing competencies will prepare young people for informed civic engagement and rewarding careers, and strengthen the pipeline of talent for employers. Please join the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine for a series of webinars based on the recently released report Cultivating Interest and Competencies in Computing: Authentic Experiences and Design Factors.

Join us as we talk through what leaders in out-of-school time spaces can do to ensure that all learners have opportunities to develop interest and competencies in computing.

Moderator: Mega Subramaniam, Associate Professor, University of Maryland College Park

Discussants:

  • Christopher Neitzey, Director of STEM Initiatives, Afterschool Alliance
  • Lesa Sexton, Director of Youth Development, Boys & Girls Clubs of America
  • Prinda Wanakule, Director of Experience Development & Prototyping at the Tech Museum of Innovation

Engaging Out-of-School Time Leaders in Cultivating Interest and Competencies in Computing

Computing touches nearly every facet of our daily lives, both personally and professionally. Developing computing competencies will prepare young people for informed civic engagement and rewarding careers, and strengthen the pipeline of talent for employers. Please join the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine for a series of webinars based on the recently released report Cultivating Interest and Competencies in Computing: Authentic Experiences and Design Factors.

Join us as we talk through what leaders in out-of-school time spaces can do to ensure that all learners have opportunities to develop interest and competencies in computing.

Moderator: Mega Subramaniam, Associate Professor, University of Maryland College Park

Discussants:

  • Christopher Neitzey, Director of STEM Initiatives, Afterschool Alliance
  • Lesa Sexton, Director of Youth Development, Boys & Girls Clubs of America
  • Prinda Wanakule, Director of Experience Development & Prototyping at the Tech Museum of Innovation

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