Latina, Latino youth invited to technology workshop at BHC


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Posted Online: Jan. 21, 2013, 9:15 am
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Press release submitted by Black Hawk College


Latino and Latina youth in grades 9-12 are invited to attend a free, two-night computer science workshop at Black Hawk College.

Explorando Tecnologia will be from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19 and Thursday, Feb. 21 at the college's Quad-Cities Campus in Moline.

Youths will choose from sessions on:
Creating an Android application using Flash.
Using Gamemaker to create a 2-D game.
Enhancing your photos using Adobe Photoshop.

Explorando Tecnologia will conclude with a Family Night on Friday, Feb. 22. Students will show their families what they have created, take a campus tour and speak with college staff.

Registration is available online at www.bhc.edu/explorando. The deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 12.

For more information, contact Jen Holldorf at 309-796-5133 or holldorfj@bhc.edu. For registration in Spanish, contact Juanita Zertuche at 309-796-5186 or zertuchej@bhc.edu.



















 




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