Mesa College is looking for those students who are craving more in the area of STEAM. We’ve partnered with Treobytes -A kids Technology Hub on two upcoming camps.
STEAM Special Projects Dates: April 6 and April 13th, 2019 Time: 9 am- 12 pm Location: San Diego Mesa College
The first is really focused on testing prototypes and understanding the design process. The Special Projects camp is really a great option for the kids that crave more than the usual student. They will work along the side of current STEM college students. This camp will be challenging no matter the base knowledge level of the students. Students will participate and provide key insights and prototype refinements.
STEAM StartUP Summer Camp Dates: June 24th- July 19, 2019 (Weekly options) Time: 9 am- 3 pm (extended hours offered) Location: San Diego Mesa College
Our second camp is for all students with creative ideas ready to develop and put into action. The days will be filled with project-based STEAM activities with a week end culminating competition and presentations. We’re also incorporating core math and literacy daily to address summer learning loss. Campers will be simulate and participate in the actual “work day” of professionals in the STEAM fields. We will have mentors and guest speakers including current college students, university and college administrators and industry professional who will share their career and pathways stories.
This social networking event is dedicated to assist young people (ages 10 – 25) to explore career/business industries and meet the professionals representing those industries as they learn how to “navigate” towards personal and professional growth.
Event Details: Castaneda Mexican Restaurant (Jacob Center’s MarketCreek Plaza – Formerly Felix BBQ with Soul) 345 Euclid Avenue San Diego, CA 92104 Time: 12pm – 4pm *Come anytime. Food buffet served all day.*
Are you a baseball fanatic or techie looking for an opportunity to demonstrate your skills? Then you are in for a real treat as Baseball Hack Day (BHD) gears up for their 7th year! On Saturday March 9th, creative minds come together and see what cool projects can be created within a limited time.The project could be (but is not limited to) a tool, simple web app, mobile app, website, or data visualization. There is no cost to attend and participate in the event, but there are limited spots available, so we encourage you to book early!
The full-day phenomenon will include breakfast, lunch and a bevy of snacks. We will also end with an award ceremony to present the winning project. Designers, developers, statisticians, marketers, and baseball enthusiasts alike are welcome!
Not sure how to code? Come learn some tips at the event on 2/27 at the Comic-Con Museum! Intuit will host a workshop in partnership with BIT & NSBE Demystifying a Hackathon: A closer look into Open Source.
For Volunteers: Please sign up by clicking here! or directly call (323)788-9755. Intuit requires a mandatory, 30-minute onboarding volunteer training coordinated by the Intuit Black Employee Resource Group.
Hands-On Technology Education (HOTE) will have a significant presence at the 2019 Petco Park Science & Engineering Festival (Saturday, 3/2/19) and we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us interact and demo STEAM education activities to kids ages 7 – 13! Please Click this link to the full request for Volunteers!
To participate, please contact Dr. Korey Sewell (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name, affiliation (school/company), contact info, preferred shift times … and of course, shirt size 🙂
All volunteers participating should be prepared to commit to at least one 2-hour,shift during the event. A Pre-EXPO Staff/Volunteer Training & Mixer will be held on Friday, 3/1/19 from 6:15pm-8:15pm at Dave & Buster’s (Mission Valley). We will go over the EXPO day logistics, demo some of our activities and fellowship with other HOTE staff & volunteers. Appetizers & Refreshments will be served!
By the way, HOTE is HIRING!! This volunteer event is a GREAT opportunity for students or people looking for a summer camp job at Tech Camp. You’ll meet the people hiring you at the event and could set yourself up for summer! Here are the job postings that I would love to hire for:
If you want to program robotics and learn more about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), the San Diego Links to STEM program is an amazing opportunity for you! An application for new students can be obtained by clicking THIS LINK. Links to STEM is seeking a class of 30 diverse students. New students must be in the 4th or 5th grade during the 2019 ‐ 2020 academic year to be eligible to apply.
The total cost to participate in this program is $30 per child. This wonderful program includes a one day mini‐computer programming camp, a one week science summer camp, and STEM workshops held from 9 am to noon on the first and third Saturdays beginning in September 2019.
Interviews for prospective new students will take place on April 6,2019 immediately following the culminating event at 9:00 am in the auditorium at the Elementary Institute of Science. For further questions, please call (619) 236‐9600 or email email@example.com
This year’s camp features themed weeks in today’s most interesting technology trends (e.g. Virtual Reality!) as well as expanded core curriculum levels that will allow us to engage, inspire, and empower campers in age ranges from 7 to 13!
The focus of of this celebration is Past and Present San Diego Black History shown through an exhibit of artifacts, black-owned business owners, a presentation by elected officials, and a drum ceremony.
Theme: Black History in Motion Host: San Diego City Black Employees Association Address: San Diego City Hall, 202 C St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA Date: Friday, February 15, 2019 Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm (Doors open at 3:30pm)
“There has always been a rich and deep African American background here in downtown San Diego. It was known as the Harlem of the West in the 1920s through 1940s.”
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