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Save the Date for the First Maine Digital Festival: December 13

September 23, 2014
Save the date for Project>Login's Maine Digital Festival at the FIRST Lego Robotics Championship on Saturday, December 13, from 10-2, at the Augusta Civic Center. Project>Login will be organizing fun activities, games, and workshops for students, parents, teachers, and coaches
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Join us for a Project>Login community meeting in Orono

September 22, 2014
Are you interested in discussing the computing and IT profession in Maine all while meeting some interesting people? If so, please join us for one of our regional Project>Login roundtable discussions this fall.
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Project>Login Holding Networking Receptions on Maine campuses

September 22, 2014
Project>Login's networking receptions help computing and IT students find paid internships and jobs after graduation with Maine businesses and organizations. With a high ratio of students to professionals, these receptions give participants an in-depth opportunity to talk with employers about their businesses and employment opportunities
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Code.org announces free teacher workshops here in Maine

September 19, 2014
Code.org the national campaign to promote computing to young learners is offering free workshops for K-5 educators and content-area teachers (librarians, tech-ed specialists, etc.) interested in teaching the new Code.org elementary school computer science curriculum, called Code Studio.
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MTUG to present webinars on data security and broadband this fall

September 13, 2014
Starting in October, the Maine Technology Users Group will move its educational sessions completely online with a new webinar series. Held 1-2 times per month, each session will be 45-90 minutes in length with time for Q&A at the end.
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Google announces Made with Code community for young women and girls

September 12, 2014
Technology is such an important part of our lives today and we know that the future of our children will rely on their ability to adapt and learn to keep up with this quickly changing world of innovation.As you know, Computer Science and coding are quickly becoming the new literacy - It gives you great power to create, to innovate, and quite literally change the world - but surprisingly few girls (<1% of high school girls) see Computer Science as part of their future. Girls simply don?t… READ MORE

Seventy-five Maine Teachers to Prepare Engaging New High School Computing Course

September 12, 2014
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a three-year $469,369 grant to improve access to computer science instruction for Maine high school students.
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Winxnet acquires Boston-area IT firm with 40 employees

September 12, 2014
Portland-based IT services company Winxnet has acquired a Massachusetts company in a deal that adds 40 more employees to its roster and establishes a physical foothold in the Boston-area market.
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From Curiosity to Career (Slides)

September 09, 2014
The demand for computing and IT professionals is growing nationally, and these are well-compensated careers for those who are passionate about technology. Unfortunately, in Maine, as elsewhere, too few young and adult learners are discovering this profession, mastering foundational skills, and gaining relevant experience to succeed.
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Verizon Innovative App Challenge

September 09, 2014
Join the Verizon Innovative App Challenge for a chance to win $20K for your school.
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