Camp Now Open to ALL YOUTH
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Every girl deserves access to a better future. That’s why we’ve launched the Verizon Innovative Learning program for rural young women – an engaging year-long program where they’ll learn design thinking, 3D printing, augmented reality, and social entrepreneurship. Designed to create a more diverse pipeline for future careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) fields; no prior knowledge or experience is required. Only 12% of engineers and 22% of computer professionals are women, and we want our girls to have the right tools to pursue all available opportunities.
Kaua‘i Community College, Office of Continuing Education and Training Saturday program times and locations TBD
July 2 to July 23 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Course starts with a 3-week summer camp followed by one session per month on Saturdays throughout the school year, times to be announced.
- Program will take place in person, virtually, or as a hybrid of both. Registrants will be notified by program director after April 15th.
- Lunch will be provided (if in person).
- Participating students will receive a tablet for the duration of the program.
- Available to students who otherwise do not have access to these types of programs.
- Program is inclusive and welcomes all genders and non-binary youth.
- Program developed in partnership with the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship and Arizona State University.
For more information about this program, please contact Cheryl, Lead Training Coordinator Kaua‘i Community College Office of Continuing Education (808) 245-8318.