Hey everybody! My name is Johnson Jin and am currently located here in Dallas. Almost a year ago, I founded a non-profit organization called Global Youth Coalition that is focused on the principles of education. Our mission is to help underprivileged communities, domestically and globally, with an emphasis on education. At GYC we believe education opens doorways to greater things and that it is our responsibility and purpose to help educate others. Global Youth Coalition is separated into smaller groups, or chapters, that allow us to have multiple points of influence not just throughout the United States, but in countries across the globe. Each individual chapter provides educational opportunities to a multitude of different communities that ultimately delivers a larger impact on a world-wide level. We have chapters that span from Pakistan, Turkey, China, California, and more. As we are always seeking for expansion, I would be happy to answer any questions and possible chapter start-ups at your location! Thank you for taking the time for reading this and feel free to shoot me a message!
HAX is a newly-founded nonprofit dedicated to helping people organize hackathons, with a specific focus on girls and disadvantaged minorities. We aim to provide all girls and minorities a chance to receive hands-on experience with programming and computer science, through bringing hackathons to high schools and overlooked areas everywhere! If this sounds like something you are excited and passionate about, HAX would love to have you join the Executive Team! Here is the information document regarding all the teams, roles within each teams, and requirements for each role: bit.ly/HAXinfo. Here is the application where you can apply for the positions you're interested in: bit.ly/HAXapply. The application is due Friday, March 15, but preference is given to those who apply sooner!
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Hi everyone! I'm Shivali, the founder and president of the local non-profit, Coding4Kids which serves elementary school children in the Milpitas Unified School District. We create coding curriculum and teach 85 students at several elementary schools the basics of Scratch. We are looking to expand our program through chapters to as many elementary schools as possible (even internationally!). The age group is students in third grade to sixth grade. We would provide you with the curriculum needed to teach. If you are interested in starting a chapter at one of the elementary schools near you, please contact me.
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I am interested in programming but I think eventually I would want to have a management role in a tech company. Will a liberal arts degree give me the opportunity to find jobs in the tech industry or is an engineering school the way to go.
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Hey everyone! During my freshman year of high school, I wasn't interested in computer science whatsoever. Then, I decided to take AP Computer Science Honors over the summer, and am currently taking AP Computer Science Principles as a sophomore. I'm now leaning more towards computer science (or something else involving cs in the STEM field) for my major in university. One of my New Years resolution is to be knowledgeable in a few languages, but I simply don't know where to start. I don't know what topic I want to go into (web/app/game development, etc) and I've already read countless of articles on what programming language to start in, but I'm still lost. It would be great if anyone could give me insight on this. Also, if anyone knows any free websites/courses or good books that I can learn programming on with, please link them down below! Thank you! :)