There has never been a more exciting time to be a female learning about technology!
The Canberra Girls’ Programming Network is a community for female students to learn about computer programming and technology through hands-on workshops. It gives girls exposure to female role models across academia, government and industry.
The workshop topic is Cryptology!
The art of protecting secrets started thousands of years ago from the early Egyptians. Cryptology is one of those ancient sciences that has endured to modern day communications. This workshop will centre on the famous Caesar Cipher named for its creator Julius Caesar. Join us to be code-breakers for a day!
St Clare’s College Canberra, 1 McMillan Crescent, Griffith ACT 2603
Female students from years 4 to 12.
No need to have coded before! But the workshop is also suitable for students who are ready for more programming challenge.
You’ll need to register to attend. Please fill out the application form and photo permission form here and return to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and ASD.DISH@defence.gov.au.
You will receive information and confirmation via email prior to the workshop day.
Have questions you would like a Canberra GPN tutor to answer? Send us an email at email@example.com.