Late breaking: There are still spots left for middle and high school girls to give inspiration to and develop apps with seasoned designers and developers to support the White House’s Equal Future Partnership initiative. Only 10 girls will be accepted! Click here to see the official invitation.
Girls will be part of a challenge to create apps to promote civic education and public leadership for girls. No previous experience in coding required. Submitted apps will be reviewed by an esteemed panel of judges including: Jack Dorsey, Founder: Twitter, Square; Geena Davis, Actress.
Attendees will be greeted via videoconference by Sarah Hurwitz, speechwriter to First Lady Michelle Obama!
RSVP: Nicole Noll, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, January 5, 2013, 12:30pm – 5pm
Cambridge Innovation Center, 4th Floor
1 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142
The closest T Stop is Kendall / MIT
Sparse street parking on Broadway St., Third St., and Main St.
What to expect
– Registration and Check-in
– Breakout/introductions within teams, Kick-off with the White House
– Brainstorm and Prototype!
– Mingling break
– Begin to Live Prototype or Code!