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Project>Login Progress Report - February 2014

March 11, 2014
Thanks to the work of many Maine educators, professionals, volunteers and, of course, students, we are finishing our first calendar year having met (or nearly met) all of our goals and objectives, and that's three months before the end of this academic year.

Portland-area housing available for summer interns from around the state

February 28, 2014
Are you considering a summer internship in the Portland area, but you live too far away to commute? Starting this summer, interns not affiliated with the University of Southern Maine will have the option to stay in suites at USM?s Upperclass Hall on the Gorham campus between May 12 and August 15

Project>Login Progress Report-February 2014

February 01, 2014
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Hour of Code at HMS (Video)

January 09, 2014
A team of Yarmouth Middle School students have made a video about their first Hour of Code experience and submitted it to the White House Film Festival.

Maine graduates: Get a tax credit for your student loans

January 08, 2014
Are you working in the computing and IT profession in Maine? Did you graduate from a Maine college or university? Do you have college loans? If so, you can receive a credit on your income taxes for education-related costs from the Opportunity Maine program.

Opportunity Maine Tax Credit

January 01, 2014
Maine students: Don't forget you can get a tax credit for your student loans for up to 10 years when you stay in Maine to work.

Maine school receives $10,000 grant from

December 13, 2013
Maine school receives $10,000 grant from

Why We Need Women Who Code

December 12, 2013
Why code? Just look at the stats. According to, jobs in computer science are growing at two times the national average. By 2020, there are expected to be one million jobs in tech and programming.

Governor, Acting Commissioner of Education recognize Computer Science Education Week

December 09, 2013
Maine Governor Paul R. LePage and Acting Education Commissioner Jim Rier are recognizing the important role computer science has in the state?s classrooms and growing economy. The Governor and Acting Commissioner today voiced their support of Computer Science Education Week (CSEDdWeek), a national awareness program to engage students in computer science that runs Dec. 9-15

Getting Ready for the Hour of Code in Maine

November 27, 2013
At least 15,000 Maine students at over 40 schools are expected to participate in the Hour of Code campaign between December 9 and 16, according to the organizers at