FREE Technology program for HS students!
- February 8, 2018
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BDPA Twin Cities 2018 High School Technology Program
Calling all students interested in software engineering and website development that are interested in learning or working in technology! This “free” STEM-based learning opportunity will help you build critical skills to succeed in college, being an entrepreneur, or working in Corporate America!
Register now for the BDPA High School Technology Program (HSTP) designed for students in grades 8-12.
HSTP is a weekend program with courses held every Saturday. Students will be introduced to computer programming and other aspects of information technology (IT) and computer science.
Students will create and develop their own website like professional software developers using modern coding technologies. They will network with peers, hear presentations from leading industry IT professionals as well as gaining an understanding of a variety of STEM-based careers and education opportunities ahead of them.
Every student in our BDPA classes are encouraged to never give up! BDPA volunteers are here to support our student learners on this new technology journey!
Date: February 17 – May 5, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: You will receive location information after being confirmed by a training coordinator by registering at the link below.
You must register at this link and confirmed by BDPA coordinators– no exceptions.
Contact us for more information or with questions.