The digital world is all around us! Almost everything we use – our phones, food, transport, currency and healthcare – all rely on communication with computers.
Coding ability is becoming a sought-after job skill – and not just for students who want to work as computer programmers.
NYSCI’s latest virtual STEM Night, ‘Coding: A core skill for your future career’, will take place on September 30, 2021, on Zoom, from 4:30pm-6pm.
As demand for workers with coding skills increases across industries, knowing how to code can help to improve your earning potential in many fields.
In this STEM Night, we will talk to professionals who aren’t necessarily full time programmers or developers, but who use coding as part of their jobs! Topics we will explore include:
This virtual event will feature a STEM Panel, as well as breakout conversations focused around fields that utilize coding skills – giving youth participants the opportunity to connect with industry professionals.
Date: Thursday, September 30, 2021
Time: 4:30pm – 6pm, EST
Audience: High school and college students who are curious about careers in STEM.
Please note: This event has limited capacity – priority will be given to high school and college students. Confirmed registrants will be sent a Zoom link prior to the event.
The Alan J. Friedman Center for the Development of Young Scientists is supported by:
Amazin’ Mets Foundation
Barker Welfare Foundation
Carson Family Charitable Trust
Countess Moira Charitable Foundation
Nicholas and Anita Donofrio
General Motors Corporation
Golden Family Foundation
National Science Foundation
New York Community Trust
The Seidenberg Family Foundation
Siegel Family Endowment
The Walt Disney Company
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