Girls Who Code, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building the largest pipeline of future female engineers in the U.S.A., has approved the establishment of a chapter in the United States Virgin Islands (Club Code VI728), hosted at the University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas campus. A call has been issued for volunteer Facilitators, 18 … Continue reading
The SmartStart Initiative introduces girls to opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics fields ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands (August 12, 2017) – The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network, Inc. participated in the first Code Like A Girl! Public Forum on Saturday, August 12, 2017 in the Chase Auditorium at the University of the Virgin Islands. … Continue reading
Interactive workshop introduces girls and young women to building web sites and encourages involvement in STEM educational opportunities ST. THOMAS August 09, 2017 – Virgin Islands Next Generation Network Public Computer Center Manager Anita Davis will be providing an introduction to coding Web Pages for the ongoing “Code Like a Girl” Summer Camp (August 7-11, … Continue reading
(Official release) Come learn to code through this project-based, week-long camp! Learn about coding and cyber-security, and hear from industry professionals / university professors! Code Like a Girl will be hosted at All Saints School Monday through Friday, August 7-11, 2017 from 8:00am-12:00pm, with a banquet on Saturday, August 12, 2017 from 6:30pm-9:30pm.
Y-TeensVI Girls Cyber Saturdays. Learning scratch@usviywca pic.twitter.com/hbTswURKfW — Donnalie EdwardCabey (@EDonnalie) May 13, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Read more about Scratch Day here!
viNGN provided a fiber optic splicing demonstration by one of the female pioneers of the industry, viNGN Field Tech Pam Woodward for the International Girls in ICT event Apr. 21 and the YWCA USVI/Y-Teens organizers sent us a note of thanks…