AiC Members - In the News (June 2019)
In her “FemSTEM: Intro to Computer Science!” AspireIT program, AiC Community Member Shuba Prasadh and her friends taught middle school girls how to combine computer science with their other passions, including subjects like biology, art, and business. Learn more in this article.
“When I first started coding I just did it because it was fun for me. Then I realized that I am impacting the world in so many ways.” // Get to know National #NCWITAiC19 Award Winner Amiyah Hunter in this feature.
Franklin Regional Senior High School in Murrysville, Pennsylvania was excited to host AiC Community Member Nicole Baldy’s Females Embrace Awesome Technology camp. See how the camp got started here.
“I decided to go after everything I was afraid of.” // Congratulations to #NCWITAiC Community Member Naomi Benenson on being named one of Central Jersey’s Top 10 Academic All-Stars of 2019! Get the details here.
AiC Community Members Ariana Sokolov and Anne Li are featured in this article on young women coders at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference who are creating social change by developing innovative apps.
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at the 2019 Kentucky NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing celebration in this feature.
“These young robotic rock stars are smart, confident, and possess extraordinary communication skills.” // AiC Community Member Aparna Rajesh is among those featured in this article about all-girl robotics teams in Princeton, New Jersey.
With a little help from her friends, AiC Community Member Emily Jin organized AIHacks, Southern California’s first all-female hackathon. Read about the winning projects here.
Congratulations to #NCWITAiC Community Member Astra Burke on wrapping up a successful #AspireIT coding camp for elementary school girls! Go here to read the details.