|Montpellier - Google Atelier Numérique, from the Oct. 18, 2019 to the Oct. 19, 2019|
|Nancy - Google Atelier Numérique, from the Oct. 25, 2019 to the Oct. 26, 2019|
|Rennes - Google Atelier Numérique, from the Oct. 25, 2019 to the Oct. 26, 2019|
There are two types of Girls Can Code! summer camps:
They are shorter thus give less time to discover the variety of computer science but can be organized more often and in various locations. They can focus on special topics but as a default they are an introduction to computer science via practical sessions. The first day focuses on the discovery of Python and the next on the creation of a small project on a microcontroller.
Here is an example schedule of a GCC! week-end, but the time of arrival and departure may vary, you will be sent a precise one when accepted.
The summer camps lasts for one week and mainly consist of practical exercises. The week starts with an initiation to the Python programming language, and then some introductive tutorials about several subdomains of informatics like network or web design. Finally, the week ends with a personal project, that can be chosen among several main topics: video game, robotics or microcontroller.
Here is a typical schedule of a GCC! week. Notice that the attendees can arrive between 9 am and 9:30 am and can leave at between 18 pm and 19 am.
We accept girls attending to secondary school are higher, the difficulty of the internship aims at adapting to the knowledge of all participants.
Prologin can attribute grants for some of the participants. Specifically, Prologin can pay back the costs of the transport and housing for participants, thus they need to keep their receipts.To candidate for a grant you need to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and specify the following informations:
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