ChickTech: High School is a program created to show high school girls that engineering can be fun and exciting! We’ve created a comprehensive year-long program introducing hundreds of girls to technology, the fun things you can create with it, and related careers.
ChickTech: High School is a yearlong series of events. It begins with a weekend-long event for hundreds of high school girls (or cohorts, as we like to call them) to spark their interest in careers in the high-tech industry. The workshops are all hands-on and interactive. Workshop themes include robotics, web programming, gaming, and building computers. The workshops facilitate a learning process beyond the actual event; not only will the girls have either software or hardware to take home, but they also continue to remain engaged throughout the year and continually learning through follow-up workshops.
All workshops are hands-on and project-based so that they come out of each with a sense of accomplishment and a burst of confidence. Our program is free to participants!
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ChickTech: High School Kickoff 2016
We’re excited to start the 2016-2017 school year with our 2-Day High School Kick-off on November 5th and 6th at the Maseeh College of Engineering at Portland State University! To see just a few of our workshops check here. Nominations have closed but don’t fret! You may self-nominate and register here.
Past High School Events and Workshops
Not sure what kind of events participants do at ChickTech: High School? Check out some past examples! (links go to eventbrite for description)
Saving the World One Electron at a Time – (green energy workshop)