Girls Who Code and the Urban Libraries Council announced two opportunities for libraries for Summer 2023.
Girls Who Code’s Free Summer Programs
Level up by becoming a coder this summer with Girls Who Code! Choose your own adventure through our two free virtual programs and get the skills, network, and lifelong college and career support you need to change the world. All high school girls and non-binary students are welcome to apply!
Don’t miss out on the chance to be a part of a sisterhood that supports you for life! Both programs introduce you to inspiring industry professionals and unlock lifelong college and career support. For more information on our virtual Summer Programs, check out the website or attend a webinar.
Head to girlswhocode.com/summerapply to apply by February 15 for priority consideration or March 24th for the final application deadline.
Summer Learning Boot Camp #2: Working with Middle School Students
Understanding the developmental stage of middle schoolers is crucial to developing engaging summer programming. This webinar will present an overview of what you need to know about working with early adolescents, including a showcase of successful examples. Brodrick Clarke, Vice President of Programs and Systems Quality at the National Summer Learning Association, will be joined by library leaders who are working creatively with middle schoolers.
Register now for the session on Thursday, February 16, 2023, at 2:00 P.M. ET.
Questions can be sent to Corri Hines, School Age Services Advisor, Bureau of Library Development, Office of Commonwealth Libraries.