Join the fun at your Microsoft Store, where girls ages 10-18 will explore the importance of computer science and how it can enhance the things they already love to do. Attendees will learn what it’s like to work in technology to create something new, solve big problems, and explore possibilities.
During the Workshop, they’ll explore combining imagination, problem-solving skills, passion, and computer science to turn that into a career in STEM. With STEM, they can be the one to find the cure, crack the code, invent the solution, and #MakeWhatsNext.
Click here to register in advance.
Parents, educators, and students can explore more at makewhatsnext.com
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to meet new role models, be inspired by the pros, and get a hands-on introduction to the world of coding. To join us for our DigiGirlz Workshops, register today.
Find your store and register at microsoftstore.com/beachwood
Thursday, April 13th 5:00pm-7:00pm
Microsoft Store at Beachwood Place
26300 Cedar Road
Beachwood, Ohio 44122
For more information, please contact:
Melany Anastasia Castro
Community Development Specialist
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