Try/CATCH (Computing and Technology Conference for Her) is an annual event organized specifically for high school girls from grades 8-12, with the objective of fostering curiosity about computing science.
We will be featuring 5 different workshops (UI/UX, intermediate/beginner programming, AI, Entrepreneurship), panelists, and an alumni keynote speaker who is now currently now a fulltime employee at Google. This is a FREE virtual two-day event which will be held over the October 2-3rd weekend, and is open to all female high school students across Canada. We will also be featuring a parent-info session at the end of the event to give you more insight as to what SFU has to offer in terms of student life and education. This is a great opportunity to expose young girls to this field of technology and meet others and network with industry professionals.
Please forward this email to other STEM teachers or friends who may be interested in sharing with their high school students!
More information can be found here -> https://trycatch.cs.sfu.
Registration for the event is here -> https://bit.ly/
We will also hold an information session for parents to provide them with an opportunity to ask questions they may have about the road into a technology field, and the challenges and the rewards their children may face.
If you have any further questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or just reply (not reply all) to this email!
Try/CATCH is generously sponsored by the SFU Faculty of Applied Science and Faculty of Computing Science. The event is organized by student members of SFU's Women in Computing Science group.