There are so many unclaimed jobs in the field of computer science and also in the long run it will be beneficial for me to have the ability to code. There aren’t enough girls out coding for companies which also motivates me to be part of the percent to break that norm.
It made me appreciate the importance of building the next generation of programmers, especially those who do not have the same access to the resources that other students do.
I believe it is important to make computer science education accessible to students from all walks of life because it means giving them the tools to innovate and make our community a better one.
Techstart is an opportunity to introduce my students and their families to the possibilities that exist within the world of technology and that technology and computer science can then create a future without limits.
VR Camp can expose new learning experiences and surroundings to those who may not have much access to it or may not know the possibilities and opportunities that CS can give you.
Computer science has the potential to help communities and families everywhere. This is the reason why I study it and why you should too!
A person educated in computer science can build whatever they can dream and teach others to do the same.
This camp shows students that they can do something, that no matter where they’re from, they can make a 360º video, or an interactive website, or a virtual reality game.
I am creating a Computer Science and Business club at school to share the materials I’ve learned at VR camp. I am also collaborating with my older brother to create a VR game using Unreal Engine 4 and submitting it to the Oculus Store.
The role of Computer Science in HS is to show me how to code and prepare me if I want to do Computer Science in college.
Computer Science education could help my family because there will be so many jobs in the future that will hire people with that experience.
It is a great feeling to see students who never would have considered computer science as a career get excited about coding and what they can do.
Techstart is a wonderful way to engage my students with real world opportunities.
I am pleased with how well the course has been going this year considering that this is the first time we have had a computer science program at our school.