Thanks to the Issaquah Schools Foundation for grants supporting my classes.
On Wednesday, March 27th, 53 Liberty students traveled to the Meydenbauer center in Bellevue to participate in the annual TEALS Computer Science Fair. The fair is a capstone event for students in computer science classes with a goal is to provide a venue for students to learn more about the varied and exciting college and career paths in computer science. There were presentations from tech companies, such as 343 industries, and colleges, such as University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University, along with demos and activities from scores of tech companies and colleges.
Microsoft High School Internship Program
Summer high school internship
The paid 10-week summer program offers an exciting opportunity to work side-by-side with software engineering teams on real Microsoft technical projects. Get valuable experience, contribute to meaningful work, and receive support from a mentor (eligible only for students in Western Washington).
To apply, complete the Microsoft High School Internship application by March 15, 2019:
Registration Instructions - PNW College Credit.pdf
WHAT : Participate in hands-on activities and visit research labs to find out what computing is all about! Students and faculty from UW's computing majors will introduce you to the broad range of problems computing can address. Representatives from local technology companies will show cool demos and tell you why they love their jobs.
WHO : Middle and high school students and their families.
WHEN : 1pm - 5pm on Saturday, December 1st, 2018
WHERE : UW Paul Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering (free parking after noon on Saturdays!)
WHY: Celebrate Grace Hopper's birthday and the start of Computer Science Education Week.
For more information, see https://www.cs.washington.edu/openhouse
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