LOUISVILLE, Ky. — TALK, the Metro Louisville’s Area Tech Council, is bringing its board members to teach virtual summer camps to middle school age girls on your home computer or laptop this summer from the nationally-known TechGirlz curricula. There are 30 student registrations for each session. These summer camp sessions are free.
Registration is on Eventbrite, and signups are open. See all classes on the TALK website at www.talklou.com. Classes are first offered to those in the Metro Louisville area, in partnership with Louisville Central Community Centers. They will open to registrants nationally by tomorrow evening via the TechGirlz website.
TALK, the Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky, has worked with TechGirlz curricula for three years. These are the first virtual sessions and offered exclusively to middle school age girls.
June 18 & 19, 10-11 a.m.
Students will learn the elements of HTML and CSS and use them to create a website. This is a two-part series.
June 25 & 26, 3-4 p.m.
In this workshop, students will learn about why cybersecurity is important and the practices and tools that can help people and organizations protect their critical information. This is a two-part series.
July 9, 1-3 p.m.
This workshop reviews basic programming concepts using C++, such as data types, arrays, and functions. This is a two-hour session in one day.
July 9, 4-5 p.m.
This workshop is a brief introduction to how websites work, how they are built, and how to become a person who builds websites. This is a one-hour course.
July 16 & 17 4-5 p.m.
In this workshop, students will learn how satellite images, collected by various agencies around the world, can be used to help global humanity. This is a two-part series.
July 23 & 24, 4-5 p.m.
Students will learn the basics of network communications, how computers communicate via these networks and network security. This is a two-part series.
July 30 & 31, 4-5 p.m.
Students will work in teams to design a mobile app. They will select an app idea, develop a prototype, and present their final product to the class. This will work best if the student is registered with a friend. This is a two-part series.