Join us for Scratch Day 2017 on Sunday, May 21st at Howard Community College!!
On Martin Luther King’s Day of Service 2017, we hosted our 2nd Annual “Making An Impact Through Service” event. The event gathered middle & high school students to discuss the issues and challenges they found most important to our community. Those who attended participated in engaging dialogue, discussed possible solutions to local issues and created project impact ideas for follow-on activities.
Join the Social Impact Club and be a part of this important work going forward!
Our coding clubs offer instruction in computer science concepts at varying experience levels for all students in grades 6-12. We have gender specific clubs for girls and coed clubs which are inclusive of everyone. Each club has presentations, speakers and a culminating impact project to enrich the coding experience. Learn more about our clubs & activities here.
On Saturday, November 5th, the Howard County Library System held it’s inaugural Choose Civility Hackathon. The event was open to all students in middle school through college. Challenges were announced the morning of the event. Community volunteers mentored and judged the event. The Choose Civility: Coding for Community Hackathon was part of the statewide Maryland STEM Festival.
Be You supports the following Maryland youth organizations – Girls Who Code, Girl Scouts of Central MD, Hackground, How Girls Code, JA of Central MD & The Young Women’s Giving Circle. If your organization would like to partner with us, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.