TeenTechSF STEM Inclusivity Summit – The New American Dream, Apr. 27

FREE: TeenTechSF STEM Inclusivity Summit – The New American Dream
Register at: TTSF-STEM-Inclusivity.eventbrite.com
April 27th: Saturday, 8:30am – 12:30pm
San Francisco International High School
655 De Haro St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Opportunity for students to connect with diverse tech leaders and STEM college representatives from Git Hub, Facebook, Pandora, Google, UC Berkeley, Stanford, Make School, City College, Girls Who Code, and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation.

Breakout sessions for tech skill-building workshop for an intro to coding, website and app development, game design, and Maker Movement activities with NEW Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Makey Makey, and Little Bits.

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Like all our events, the TeenTechSF STEM Inclusivity Spring Conference is free and beginner-friendly, and open to the world. All Bay Area teens are welcome to participate! No previous STEM experience required.

Sign up now to reserve your spot to this free event. Open to all teens ages 13-18, but space is limited and advanced registration is required.

Each participant will receive a free hard copy of the NYTimes best-seller: Learn to Code, Change the World! from Girls Who Code and Salesforce.

Special acknowledgment to the San Francisco Unified School District, San Francisco International High School, the San Francisco Youth Commission, Youth Funding Youth Ideas, the Strauss Foundation, and Balsamiq for their support in making this event possible.

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