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September 12, 2017 | 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Category: Community Service
Location: Michigan Science Center | Map
5020 John R.
Detroit, MI 48202
Cost: Free
Audience: Academic Staff, Alumni, Community, Current Graduate Students, Current Undergraduate Students, Faculty, Parents, Prospective Students

Wayne State University, College of Engineering has partnered with Black Girls CODE (BCG). BCG is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for girls of color, ages 7-17 to become tech innovators and creators. Please see details below for immediate need for volunteers held on 9/12/17 at Michigan Science Center. Stay tuned for more information about BCG Workshop held on 11/18/17 at College of Engineering

 

We are looking for volunteers and mentors like you!

 

 

Black Girls CODE

Volunteer and Mentorship Opportunities

 

Dear Community

Thank you for your continued support of Black Girls CODE! We are looking for volunteers and mentors for a few amazing projects and events.

  

Volunteers Needed:

 

Black Girls CODE: Detroit Chapter Launch Meet and Greet at Michigan Science Center Meet and Greet Volunteers Tuesday, September 12, 2017 | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

 

Register to be a volunteer HERE. Follow our event page to signup for our  Detroit event HERE.

Join us as we kickoff the official launch of Black Girls CODE Detroit!

 

We're excited to return to the city of Detroit to establish an official Black Girls CODE Chapter and invite you to attend our upcoming Meet and Greet:

  • Explore sponsorship and partnership opportunities with Black Girls CODE
  • Sign your tech divas up for our upcoming workshops and explore STEM resources for parentse
  • Mingle, network, and engage in meaningful conversations over llight refreshments
  • Sign up to volunteer at a Detroit Chapter event

Who are we?

  • Black Girls CODE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for girls of color, ages 7-17 to become tech innovators and creators. Through workshops and enrichment events, our tech divas engage in robotics, web design, game development, virtual reality, 3-D printing and more. To date we have educated and introduced computer programming to more than 8,000 girls of color (Black, Latina and Native American) and are on a quest to train one million young women by 2040. In essence we are a MOVEMENT to change the face of technology for women and girls of color!

Can't attend but want to support Black Girls CODE?

  • Join our Mailing List HERE and/or register to be a volunteer HERE. Follow our event page to signup for our next Detroit event HERE.

    JOIN THE MOVEMENT! Together we can #ChangeHerPath

    THANK YOU to our Detroit Chapter platinum sponsor, General Motors!
For more information about this event, please contact Engineering Community Engagement at 3135770237 or engineeringoutreach@wayne.edu.