Girls Who Code
First Robotics in WI
FIRST Robotics in WI; Regional Competitions The mission of FIRST® is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. Here are the specifics to FIRST Robotics in WI and the Regional Competitions.
MSOE Programming Challenge
Each four-member computer team works together using two laptops to design programs to solve problems of varying levels of difficulty. Teams may use either Python, Java (Eclipse or BlueJ) or C++ (Microsoft Visual Studio .NET). Participants are encouraged to bring wired or USB mice.
Interested? Click here to learn more.
Marquette Programming Challenge
The Wisconsin-Dairyland chapter of the CSTA, in conjunction with the Marquette University chapters of ACM and UPE, welcomes high school students with Java or Scratch programming experience to participate in a morning of computer science problem solving and/or storytelling. Click here to learn more.
CyberGirlz is a two day camp designed for incoming 7th and 8th grade girls who are interested in learning more about computer technology. Campers are instructed by a combination of UW-Whitewater staff, students and IT professionals and participate in a number of fun activities which will introduce topics ranging from digital video to programming and game design. This camp is available to girls entering grades 7-8 in Fall 2019.
GenCyber is a program that is dedicated to inspire the next generation of cyber stars. They offer a variety of student, teacher and combined camps.
National Center for Women in Information Technology
NCWIT - Wisconsin Affiliate The National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Program provides technical young women with ongoing engagement, visibility, and encouragement for their computing-related interests and achievements from high school through college and into the workforce.