Event closes week where one-third of Maine K-12 schools participate in worldwide "Hour of Code" campaign
PORTLAND, ME—December 10, 2014—Join Project>Login at the Maine Digital Festival this Saturday, December 13, to see students who love “digital” find ways to turn their excitement into skills that could develop future careers.
The Maine Digital Festival, a free event, will host 250 Maine students, parents, teachers, along with coaches from MIT and Code.org, to learn about apps, games, networks, software and more.
Maine Digital Festival sessions:
Maine Digital Festival organizers are also anticipating an announcement at the event by a Maine-based company in support of festival activities.
Maine Digital Festival will be at the Augusta Civic Center, 76 Community Dr., Augusta, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and upstairs from the Maine FIRST LEGO® League robotics championship, where over 2,000 students, teachers, parents, and friends will be celebrating the world of robotics and digital technologies.
For more information, visit http://projectlogin.com/maine-digital-festival. Pre-registration is required to reserve a space.
Project>Login is an initiative to help both young and adult learners who have an interest in technology find pathways toward careers in computing and IT. Learn more about Project>Login’s Curiosity to Career campaign and find more information about Project>Login, visit projectlogin.com
MEDIA CONTACT (please contact to attend):
Jay Collier, Program Director