** REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS EVENT ARE NOW CLOSED**
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.
We’ll be doing the NCSS Challenge!
The National Computer Science School teams up with Grok Learning every year to run the NCSS Challenge! The NCSS Challenge is an opportunity to develop your python skill over five weeks, and the Girls’ Programming Network will get you started! You’ll solve real world problems and compete against students all over the world.
So that we can create accounts with Grok Learning for the NCSS Challenge, each attendee will need to provide an email address as a part of the registration process. Please note: The nominated email address will not be added to any mailing list, including Grok Learning or the Canberra GPN and will only be used for the purpose of the NCSS Challenge. For more information and terms and conditions please visit https://groklearning.com/challenge/.
Building 11, University of Canberra, University Dr, Bruce ACT 2617
Female students from grades 4 to 12.
Absolutely no coding experience necessary! We cater for girls of all programming skill levels.
Registrations will close once fully subscribed.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.