December 1st 6:00pm
Tech Night at Claremont Middle School
Celebrate CMS students and families using technology for creative and educational adventures, share the growing tech programs at Claremont, and build community. This event will feature free dinner and refreshments, free computer and reduced Internet sign up for qualified families, Doodle 4 Google contest and voting, coding games, and more! All families welcome, students must be accompanied by adults.
Claremont Middle School
December 2nd 9:00 AM
Pixar for Educators
Teachers will visit Pixar to learn more about digital animation and motion graphics and how to use both tools to enhance classroom experiences.Emeryville, CA
December 2nd 4:30pm
On December 2-4, celebrate multiculturalism and tech at Gameheads’ Oakland Video Game Fest. The event features a game jam, bringing together aspiring game developers to plan, design and create a video game within the span of 48 hours. The event also features game design and development workshops for students and adults taught by industry professionals; exhibit booths showcasing indie games, artists and other showcases of STEAM talent from the community; a play space with curated video games; and more..
December 3rd 9:00am
Oakland Video Game Fest by Game Heads Day 2
Game Jam and workshops at Kapor Center for Social Impact 12 noon – 6 p.m. – Play Ground at United Roots Oakland .Oakland, CA
December 4th 9:30am
Oakland Video Game Fest by Game Heads Day 3
9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. – Game Jam and workshops at Kapor Center for Social Impact 12 noon – 4 p.m. – Play Ground at United Roots Oakland 2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. – Game showcase and closing ceremonies at Kapor Center for Social Impact .Oakland, CA
Press Conference official launch of Oakland is Beyond
Join the Champions of Beyond at West Oakland Middle School for the Official launch of Computer Science Ed Week in Oakland.Oakland, CA
Salesforce coding @ West Oakland
Every single student at West Oakland Middle School will participate in coding and programming activitiesOakland, CA
Black Girls CODE Bay Area Chapter Presents: Women of Color in Gaming Panel
The Bay Area Chapter of Black Girls CODE invites you to join us for a spirited and lively evening of conversation and connection, featuring some leading Women of Color in Gaming during Computer Science Education Week. This event will be an educational experience for girls, between the ages of 7 and 17, and their parents/guardians. PLANNED AGENDA 6:00 pm Registration/check-in begins (please plan to arrive with enough time to check-in) 6:30 pm Welcome and Opening Remarks 6:45 pm Panel begins 7:45pm Q & A with Panelists 8:00 pm Light Refreshments & Networking 8:30 pm Event ends This event is FREE and open to tech divas ages 7 to 17, their parents/guardians and the general public.Register Here
"Made with Code"
Google will host West Oakland Middle School girls at Google in SF for a fun and engaging day of tech related activitiesSan Francisco, CA
UC Berkeley CS Education Day
All OUSD AP Computer Science Principles Students will convene at UC Berkeley to celebrate computer science.Berkeley, CA
Volunteers from Comfy and Square will celebrate Hour of Code with StudentsOakland, CA
Clever employess will visit and give an interactive presentation about brainstorming solutions and QR codesOakland, CA
Madison Park Academy
A guest speaker from Google VisitsOakland, CA
United for Success Academy @ Salesforce
United for Success Academy will visit SalesforceSan Francisco, CA
Fashion in Technology (Hingeto)
FOR YOUTH INTERESTED IN FASHION: Hingeto is a digital fashion platform that lets brands and celebrities create and sell product with zero inventory risk.The Hingeto Team will connect and share with OUSD students about their digitplatform, how it got started, and how they are helping designers decrease cost to maximize profits.More importantly, they will share how technology helped them expand their passions, likes, and interests, and what it is like being an entrepreneur. Kapor Center for Social Impact 2148 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612Register Here
CCPA Students Visit Facebook and NextDoor
Students @ Coliseum College Prep Academy will visit Facebook the social medai giant and NextDoor the app that connects communities.Silicon Valley
Castlemont High School
An EdTech investor to give a special presentationOakland, CA
Salesforce Employees Volunteer as guest speakers to teach app creationOakland, CA
Frick Impact Academy
Salesforce Employees will spend the day with students talking about the many different opportunities in the tech sectorOakland, CA
Music & Technology (Pandora & Youth Aid)
Pandora Radio and Oakland Native & Platinum recording artist D'wayne Wiggins of Tony, Toni, Tone will host 20 OUSD students for a in-depth-hands-on apporach to the music industry. 4:00-4:15 Get everyone signed in and into the room 4:15-4:20 Everyone introduces themselves and mention an interest/why about tech and music 4:20-4:45 Music Genome Presentation/ Q&A 4:45-5:10 Curation Presentation/ Q&A 5:10-5:45 Sound Engineering/ Q&A 5:45-6:00 Tentative-Q&A ??Register Here
December 8th 6:00 PM
Oakland Emerging 100 Launch Event
Youth Business USA, Youth Impact Hub Oakland and the City of Oakland Mayor's Office are teaming up to launch the Oakland's Emerging 100 (OE 100) initiative with the mission to prepare, launch and grow 100+ underrepresented young entrepreneurs in Oakland each year.
You are cordially invited to this free, community event to show your support for young innovators in Oakland. You'll have the opportunity to purchase a variety of food from our young entrepreneurs' businesses - and a drink is on the house! You can also do some holiday shopping.
We hope to see you at Impact Hub Oakland on December 8th to meet a few of the OE 100 entrepreneurs and celebrate their success!.
Salesforce Employees volunteer as guest speakers to teach app creationOakland, CA
Street Academy (Tech in Marketing)
A google Adwords Employee will visit and give a special presentationOakland, CA
December 10th 9:00 AM
Brothers Code 2016
Saturday, December 10, 2016 | 8AM-2PM | Merritt College, Oakland Brothers Code, an Oakland based event during Computer Science Education Week, is part of the larger Hour of Code initiative focused on introducing people all across the US to the basics of coding education. During this 4th Annual Brothers Code event, boys and young men of color in middle and high school are invited to join us to learn more about the skills and networks that can guide them to exciting opportunities within the tech sector. Additionally, we will also host a concurrent program for adults! We invite parents/guardians, teachers, administrators, counselors, champions, and any other interested adults to register to and learn how they might support young people to pursue technology pathways.Register Here
December 10th 10:00 AM
Black Girls CODE Bay Area Annual Robot Expo!
Black Girls CODE is thrilled to bring back to the Bay Area an exciting workshop that is all about ROBOTS! Join us for a fun and captivating educational experience where girls will learn about robots and how they communicate in an engaging atmosphere. They will combine hands-on activities using Lego WeDo/NXT kits with live demonstrations from area robotics organizations where the girls will interact with sophisticated robots, and learn real-world/business applications and uses for robotics. This class is intended for girls ages 7-17. Check-in begins at 9:00 AM. The event starts promptly at 10:00 AM. Participants do not need to bring their own laptops. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited, so sign up soon to secure your spot! Limited scholarships are available by applying here:Register Here
Technology and Social Advocacy (Youth Organizing and Visual Storytelling)
United Roots will host OUSD Students and teach them how to use technology to organize other youth to take action and advocacy around the issues that impact them most.
2781 Telegraph Avenue Oakland, CA.
Technology Related Sports Platforms
SPORTS-RELATED TECHNOLOGY PATHWAYS: The Golden State Warriors, TEAM, and Win-Win Fantasy Sports will introduce youth career pathways at the intersection of sports and technology, including: building an interactive NBA experience; leveraging software, video; and advanced analytics; and building a digital fantasy sports platform to support social good.
Kapor Center for Social Impact, 2148 Broadway, Oakland, CA
FOR THE LOVE OF MONEY (fin-tech)
The teams at Affirm and black-owned investment firm Blaylock Beal Van, LLC will teach OUSD students how they use tech to make sense of large amounts of information and make money in the stock/financial markets to generate great investment returns for their clients.
350 Frank Ogawa Plaza, 10th Floor Oakland, CA
TECHNOLOGY AND THE EMERGENCY ROOM
Alameda County Health Care Services Agency will introduce its health career pipeline programming through a presentation on uses of technology in an emergency room setting.
Kapor Center for Social Impact, 2148 Broadway, Oakland, CA
An event that will bring basketball teams from Chicago and Oakland together for a cultural exchange while exposing them to skills and networks that guide them to exciting opportunities within the tech sector. Golden State Warriors Talents, along with Sportstec Inc. Sports Business Development Vice President Anwar McQueen will participate in a brief Q&A to help highlight the wide range of tech opportunities available within the sports industry. After the Q&A, the student athletes will break into groups to engage in technical skills (including coding) related to technology development.Oakland, CA
Gaming, VR, and other Technologies
The David E. Glover Center for Technology invites OUSD students out to learn about gaming and Virtual Reality Technologies
6948 Foothill Blvd.
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