|Sent on:||Wednesday, February 19, 2014 5:09 PM|
We know there’s a lot going on this weekend – but if you or your friends are interested in coaching high school students to create digital prototypes at the GenTech Student Hackathon for one-day only on Saturday, Feb. 22nd, please sign up by today!
About the GenTech Code4Tomorrow Hackathon
· What: GenTech Student Hackathon: Code4Tomorrow
· Where: Microsoft, 11 Times Square, New York, NY
· When: Saturday, February 22nd, 9:00AM-8:00PM
Become a GenTech Hackathon Mentor
We’re looking for volunteers with experience in front-end programming who can coach student teams as they build digital prototypes. The commitment is for one-day only, Saturday, Feb. 22nd from 9am-8pm (lunch and dinner provided). The high school students will have some experience with coding, having participated in programs like GenTech, Girls Who Code, and the NYC Dept. of Education’s software engineering schools or pilot programs. This is a great opportunity to coach high school students interested in coding, network with other professionals, and participate in a City-supported program! If you’re interested in this and other mentorship opportunities with GenTech, please register for the hackathon and sign up for the GenTech newsletter at www.nycgenerationtech.com.
If you have any questions, please contact Jordan Runge of NFTE at [address removed] or [masked] x391. Please promote this with your network! We look forward to seeing you there.
JULIE CHAN | ASSISTANT
Center for Economic Transformation @ NYCEDC
New York City Economic Development Corporation
110 William Street • New York, NY 10038 • www.nycedc.com
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