3-Day Summer Program

July 25 - 27 | 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Belmont University

Space is Limited!

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Girls Who Tech is a three-day program designed to inform girls about the technology-driven changes shaping our future and inspire them to be a part of that change.  The 2022 GWT camp will focus on social advocacy and how to solve problems with technology. The girls will work in teams and learn the basics of project planning, webpage design, coding using HTML and CSS while building a website around an important cause they are passionate about to pitch to Women in Technology (WiTT) leadership panel.

Event Details

Grades: Rising 8th - 12th  

Date: July 25- 27, 2022  

Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm 

Location: Belmont University

Cost: $150 (lunch provided)

Early Bird Discount: $125 using code EARLY in the month of June!

Size: 25 participants 

2022 Program Objectives 

Day #1: Planning and Design

A focus on analyzing advocacy websites, identifying and researching a cause, brainstorming the message students want to share about that cause, and creating an action item list for their audience to get involved. In addition, planning the visual design of the website using two new tools: a wireframe and a mockup. 

Day #2: HTML & CSS

We will explore the basics of HTML and its role in building a static web page and organiz and categorize content on a website. Additionally, styling  the webpage using  Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)! 

Day #3: Responsive CSS & Go to Market (GTM) Prototype Pitch  

We will explore how to make sure the student’s website looks great and adjust for different screen sizes like laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. The day will conclude with a team pitch presentation.

What to Expect:

  • Fun and Engaging 3-days
  • A holistic approach to working in technology
  • Personality Assessment/Team Building
  • Learning to identify and research a cause
  • Designing and building a framework for the website and  their social cause
  • Engage in conversations with industry speakers about key transformational technologies and their impact on our future.

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