community-centric tech programs engaging the voices and experiences of underrepresented groups
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ALL THAT TECH CONFERENCE
All That Tech Conference was created for Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS). During the 4 day-program, rising 9th - 11th graders:
Explore who their are through technology
Use technology as a medium for expression and empowerment
Make personal and professional websites
Make a light-up circuit board
THE BUTTERFLY PROJECT
The Butterfly Project is delivered through a partnership with University of Louisville, Bellarmine University, Simmons College of Kentucky, and JCPS. Educators, students 16 years of age+, and nonprofits participate in a four-day workshop to learn data analytics for social progress. Using open access data sources, participants work with community nonprofits throughout the program using data to support their efforts to address systemic inequities that directly impact their community's residents.
DATA PROJECTS WORKSHOP
Data Projects Workshops were presented in partnership with the Louisville Future of Work Initiative, Metro Louisville Government and Microsoft as a way to give individuals who know how to navigate Microsoft Excel, skills in Microsoft Power BI through hands on data analytics projects. During this two-hour workshop, participants are introduced to data analytics including how to clean data and create data visualizations. The leave with portfolio -ready examples of their work.
Technology Entrepreneurship to Create Change (TECC) Boss is an internship program for youth and young adults ages 16-21 to explore pathways in tech and fuel their entrepreneurial spirit to become a tech boss and change agent in their communities. TECC Boss is held in conjunction with Metro Louisville Government’s SummerWorks program through which participants receive stipends for attending our program.