The Utah FIRST LEGO League program would not be possible without the hundreds of volunteers that come together to make it all happen. Join this growing community where volunteering has never been so fun! With a variety of opportunities that will match any interests and the chance to be a part of an amazing organization that promotes an enthusiasm for discovery, science, teamwork and technology in kids, there is no reason not to volunteer! Tournaments in need of volunteers are held all across the state.
The South Carolina Award for Aspirations in Computing will be held in conjunction with the third bi-annual Carolinas Women in Computing conference at the Marriott Courtyard in Mount Pleasant, SC from February 7-8, 2014.
Modeled after the International Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference, CWIC is a low-cost, regional conference providing similar professional and social support, but closer to home!
Do you want to own cutting edge technology, solve new problems that didn’t exist before, and have the ability to see the impact of your successes?
Amazon is growing, and we need SDEs/SDETs who move fast, are capable of breaking down and solving complex problems, and have a strong will to get things done. SDEs/SDETs at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale, own their systems end to end and influence the direction of our technology that impacts hundreds of millions customers around the world.
Girls Have IT Day! is an event for middle school girls to become engaged in hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) activities hosted by Xavier students in over 20 clubs on campus.
The event it FREE and open to all middle school girls.
Westminster College of Salt Lake City will offer one $12,000 ($3,000 per year) scholarship to a winner or runner-up of the NCWIT National or Affiliate Award for Aspirations in Computing. This scholarship will be in addition to other merit- and need-based aid that may be awarded (not to exceed the total of tuition and fees). Students must remain in good academic standing and complete a Computer Science course by the end of their first year at Westminster.