Do you live in Boston, Cambridge, or elsewhere in Greater Boston? Tech Goes Home is working to help you get Internet access! At the moment, TGH recommends four options: One is for families with children in schools, one is for residents living in public housing, one for Boston seniors (62 and older), and the final option is Mobile Hotspot open to all lower income residents. Visit TGH Connect to learn more.
Girls Who Code
A national non-profit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. We’re building the largest pipeline of future female engineers in the United States. Free after-school programs for 6-12th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community. Free 7-week summer programs for 10th-11th grade girls to learn coding and get exposure to tech jobs.
Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce: Diversity Initiative
The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce offers you a variety of resources to help answer questions about options after graduation, career pathways and college decisions and guide productive discussions. Explore below to find infographics that explain the pathways after high school. Use our interactive web tool that allows you to sort through 137 college majors and future salaries. Watch a video summarizing findings about college majors and earnings. All of our resources aim to give you the information necessary to make important life decisions.
Sidewalk math is designed to engage young children in learning mathematical patterns by walking, hopping, jumping, and skipping through colorful designs on the sidewalk. Sidewalk Math has been collaboratively designed by math educators to build critical numbersense skills in young children, by designers to engage children in kinesthetic learning, and by early childhood educators to ensure caregivers feel confident in practicing counting and patternmaking with children
The STEM Sprouts Teaching Guide and Parent Tip Sheets assist educators in focusing and refining the naturally inquisitive behaviors of three to five-year-olds on science, technology, engineering, and math. It includes general information on how young children explore science topics as well as specific activity suggestions that align with the Massachusetts state guidelines for STEM teaching in early childhood.
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