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Registration Now Open for Teen Tech Night

Registration Now Open for Teen Tech Night

February 22, 2024
  REGISTER NOW For Teen Tech Night! Friday, March 22nd | 4:30 pm-7:00p at the Maine Discovery Museum, 74 Main Street, Bangor Hey students in grades 6-10 - are you ready to explore the exciting world of computers and information technology? Join us for Teen Tech Night, where you can learn, share, collaborate, and delve into cutting-edge software and web-based tools. This year's workshops will feature a range of captivating sessions designed to spark your curiosity and creativity like… READ MORE
CSEdWeek Celebration & Hour of Code held at Educate Maine's Symposium

CSEdWeek Celebration & Hour of Code held at Educate Maine's Symposium

December 14, 2023
Project>Login hosted an Hour of Code at Educate Maine's Annual Symposium to celebrate CS Education Week. Attendees of the Symposium were able to explore Artificial Intelligence and Coding through activities and tutorials. We displayed student creations from Spruce Mountain Middle School and had conversations about bringing more Computer Science to schools and districts across rural Maine. READ MORE
Educate Maine Awarded Moonshot Catalyst Grant to Engage Underserved Youth and Girls in STEM Learning Outside the Classroom

Educate Maine Awarded Moonshot Catalyst Grant to Engage Underserved Youth and Girls in STEM Learning Outside the Classroom

September 18, 2023 · Educate Maine will join the national Million Girls Moonshot movement of like-minded organizations and partners with the shared goal to change the trajectory of girls and non-binary youth in STEM.
The Million Girls Moonshot Catalyst Grant  Catalyzing Local and Regional Networks to Engage Girls and Underserved Youth in STEM Learning that Cultivates an Engineering Mindset   Educate Maine Awarded Moonshot Catalyst Grant to Engage Underserved Youth and Girls in STEM Learning Outside the Classroom    Educate Maine will join the national Million Girls Moonshot movement of like-minded organizations and partners with the shared goal to change the trajectory of girls and non-binary youth… READ MORE
2nd Annual CS Showcase to be held at UMaine's Collins Center Aug 17

2nd Annual CS Showcase to be held at UMaine's Collins Center Aug 17

August 15, 2023
The Maine Department of Education’s (DOE) 2nd annual CS Ed Showcase! This event is supported by funding from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund (GEER). The showcase highlights educators, students, community organizations, and other partners who are teaching, learning, and expanding access to and participation in computer science education. New to computer science? Not sure what computer science is? Looking to learn more about ways that computer science is taught and learned… READ MORE
Angela Oechslie named Microsoft TechSpark Fellow

Angela Oechslie named Microsoft TechSpark Fellow

August 15, 2023 · Educate Maine and Microsoft to work together to ensure regional computer science education expansion efforts
Educate Maine Selected as Part of Microsoft’s National TechSpark Program to Grow Economic Opportunity in Rural Maine Educate Maine and Microsoft to work together to ensure regional computer science education expansion efforts.  Portland, ME – Educate Maine announced today that it will be working with Microsoft TechSpark to foster inclusive economic opportunity, job creation, and innovation in rural Maine.  Currently, only 61% of Maine high schools teach a computer science class. Further… READ MORE
Darling's Ice Cream Truck for a Cause will be at Rize on July 21st from 10-12

Darling's Ice Cream Truck for a Cause will be at Rize on July 21st from 10-12

July 10, 2023
We're excited to announce that Darling's Ice Cream for a Cause ice cream truck will be at Rize CoWorking & Collaboration Space, one of our Girls Who Code Summer Camp host sites, on July 21st from 10am-12pm to raise funds for Project>Login programs, including Girls Who Code summer camps. Join us at 735 Main St. in Bangor! Don't forget that registration for the Bangor Girls Who Code Camp at Rize is still open… READ MORE
CS Summer of Fun! Scheduled for July 24-28th at UNE

CS Summer of Fun! Scheduled for July 24-28th at UNE

June 24, 2023 · register now as spots are limited
Educate Maine and Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance announced today that they are once again offering a week-long computerscience professional development program. This high-quality professional learning program will be July 24-28, 2023, in person on the beautiful Biddeford campus of The University of New England. Elementary, Middle, and High School teachers are encouraged to sign up! Scholarships are available, and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis through July 7th. “This… READ MORE

Teacher Trainer invites you to 4D CS professional development

May 17, 2023
Hello!   My name is Jamee Luce, and I currently teach Computer Science at Waterville High School. I lead the Professional Development experience with the Center for Curriculum Redesign. Through a generous grant from the Alfond Foundation, this professional development is offered free to teachers from Maine. The curriculum that will be used is also free for Maine teachers to use with their students.    The professional development opportunities available this spring/summer are intended for… READ MORE
Tyler Technologies Announces 2023 Maine App Challenge Winners

Tyler Technologies Announces 2023 Maine App Challenge Winners

April 29, 2023 · Students doubled the number of submissions from last year
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) announced today that three innovative high school students from Maine were recently selected as winners of the 2023 Tyler Technologies Maine App Challenge, a contest that challenges students to show off their skills and creativity by building a mobile application. The winners received scholarships totaling $10,000, which were presented at Tyler’s awards ceremony on April 29 at the University of Maine School of Law in Portland. This year’s winners… READ MORE
UMA Promotes K12 Cybersecurity Curriculum

UMA Promotes K12 Cybersecurity Curriculum

April 06, 2023
Since 2015, the University of Maine at Augusta’s Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Defense Education, a program jointly sponsored by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). As a CAE institution, UMA is happy to share the CAE’s K-12 Pathway Program ━ RING (Regions Investing in the Next Generation) cybersecurity course launched last summer. This program is… READ MORE