Use your creativity and problem solving skills to explore and build underwater worlds with code! From basic digital literacy to advanced computer science, digital skills are often out of reach for
Use your creativity and problem solving skills to explore and build underwater worlds with code!
From basic digital literacy to advanced computer science, digital skills are often out of reach for the young people who need them most. In a world being transformed by technology, all youth should have the opportunity to develop the creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills gained through learning computer science.
You don’t have to be a computer science expert to attend an Hour of Code. Tutorials and other resources are available free to light the spark of creativity and can be used successfully without a computer science background.
This event is completely FREE and OPEN to the public. RSVP strongly recommended. Please bring your own laptop if available. Limited number of laptops available for students who don’t have access.
Luis Trejo Mendoza is a graduate of University of Texas at El Paso in Computer Science and is a current software developer for Steele Consulting. He is a current Microsoft TEALS volunteer for Eastwood High School, teaching college-level computer science.
Leslie Daniela Sosa is a Computer Science major at The University of Texas at El Paso and an instructor for the Girls Who Code Club. She is currently the President of ACM-W WICS an organization empowering women in computer science. While her focus is on Cyber Security, she loves to engage in digital design and artistic projects during her free time.
Alex Melendez is a Dean’s List computer science student at University of Texas El Paso. She is the head of several clubs and organizations promoting tech empowerment and LGBTQ causes on campus. Alex interned for Microsoft in Seattle, Washington during summer 2018.
Cathy Chen is the Co-founder and Director of Fab Lab El Paso, a digital design, fabrication, education hub. Driven by her passion in advocating for the socialization and democratization of technology, she aspires to combine community-led, user-driven, and service-based model with creative innovation.She studied Social Theory at Duke University and Media Design at Keio University in Tokyo.
Gustavo Arriaga is the Regional Microsoft TEALS Manager for El Paso, Texas and is the Co-Founder and Board President of Fab Lab El Paso. He holds a BS in Psychology and a PhD in Neurobiology from Duke University and is a self-taught computer programmer with a focus on programmable PCB and Machine Learning.
(Saturday) 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Mountain Standard Time
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