Check your inboxes! The March Student Newsletter is out!
Missed it? No problem check out the full newsletter below!
Spring is on the way!
Hello again Code Nation students! Can you believe we’re already approaching March? That means spring is coming and this crazy winter is ALMOST OVER!
As always, here is your Code Nation newsletter with resources, opportunities, and events made just for you!
- Attention ALL GIRLS & NON-BINARY students! Girls Who Code is putting on a FREE Virtual Summer Immersion Program. This 2-week program for current 9th–11th grade students to learn about computer science, gain exposure to tech jobs, and join a supportive sisterhood of thousands of students around the world.
- Learn more and register HERE!
- “Equity in the Digital Divide,” Code Nation invites you to join us in a conversation about creating policies that increase educational access and equity for young people. Save the date, April 23, 2021! Click here to learn more and RSVP.
- Don’t forget about Code Nation’s Affinity Groups! Affinity groups are opportunities for folks with a shared identity to come together and form a community. We will hold affinity group spaces for Black students, Latinx students, and cis and trans girls and non-binary students. Sign ups are below.
Celebrating Black History Month!:
Black History Month is coming to a close, but we encourage everyone to keep learning about & celebrating black lives! Check out some great resources below!
#BlackInTech? Check out this article from Kenzie Academy
>>>>>> Build Your Network With These 8 Organizations
The Warriors’ celebration of Black History Month concludes with a spoken word performance by artists from Youth Speaks. MUST WATCH!
Black History Month: What’s Happening at NPR?
>>>> Join us in the celebration of Black stories, art, creators, and more!
More from NPR! The Code Switch Podcast has made a Black History Month playlist on Spotify. Click here to listen, and find their recommended articles to learn more!
Check out an awesome student project!
Check out Omaira’s Social Media Project (Intro Student at the Noble Triangle Program) here!
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, or need any support, please reach out to your PM. Have a great weekend!
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