Outreach

In the Outreach ring we are connecting tech training, after-school and summer camps with volunteers, teachers and mentors throughout Ohio.

Eva Bradshaw, Carla Easley, Ring Leaders

Coming Soon:

  • Look for Volunteer
  • Submit new volunteer request
  • Be a Volunteer
  • Search for a volunteer opportunity
  • Apply for a volunteer opportunity

Latest posts about OUTREACH

  • Encouraging news from CS Education
    by Bettina Bair on July 19, 2017 at 1:22 pm

    Female students participating in AP CS exams have increased by 135% since 2016. Underrepresented minorities have increased participation by nearly 170% over last year! Thanks to NSF, the College Board,... Read more » […]

  • Volunteer Opportunity – Central Ohio
    by Eva Bradshaw on July 13, 2017 at 2:12 pm

    Cristo Rey Columbus High School An opportunity at Cristo Rey Columbus High School next year that may interest you. We are looking for a few interested adults to come be... Read more » […]

  • COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ALL IN OHIO
    by Eva Bradshaw on June 1, 2017 at 1:46 pm

    CS4OH is about support for Computer Science in Ohio.  Our ultimate goal is to reach every child in every school in Ohio.  In order to do so there are several things to be accomplished... Read more » […]

  • O-Community-WiC Introduction
    by Bettina Bair on April 27, 2017 at 1:01 pm

    The O – Community – WiC is a state wide community of women and men technology professionals from industry and academia, dedicated to the OCWiC mission: Engaging and empowering Ohio... Read more » […]

  • Outreach for O-Community
    by Bettina Bair on April 26, 2017 at 12:47 pm

    In the Outreach ring we are connecting tech training, after-school and summer camps with volunteers, teacher and mentors throughout Ohio. Here are some opportunities: High School Coding Camp Details: High... Read more » […]

  • Announcing Ohio Community of Women in Computing
    by admin on April 20, 2017 at 11:54 pm

    Maybe you’ve heard someone tell you our origin story…? About how this “Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing” started back in 2004? There were just a few of us talking... Read more » […]

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