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Help high-schoolers learn code at next month’s #HackCarey event

The daylong session is set for Dec. 10 and organizers are looking for technologists to get involved.

The Legg Mason Tower. (Photo by Flickr user James Blucher, used under a Creative Commons license)

A daylong coding event that looks to get high school students involved in tech is set to return next month.
#HackCarey is set for Dec. 10 at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in Harbor East’s Legg Mason Tower.
Students attending can learn about HTML5 and JavaScript while developing a web game. Last year, a number of Baltimore technologists gave presentations and helped coach. Most of the students participating were female.
Mindgrub is signed on to participate once again, with the agency’s VP of engineering, Jason Michael Perry, set to give a presentation. A release issued last week said the event is still seeking volunteers from the tech community to present:

For more information on [how] to get involved as a lesson presenter, coding mentor or as a Baltimore City high school student, please contact Brad Waters at bwaters8@jhu.edu.

Companies: Mindgrub / Bio-Rad Laboratories

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