Over a dozen kids are already signed up, this might sell out.
These challenges will take kids on a journey that will teach them electronics, hardware, software, soldering, functional design, user design, and creative thinking. While it will be run as a competition, it is meant to be a cooperative challenge where teams are encouraged to help each other with their projects.
I want to teach kids to build electronics so I’m launching a 90-day electronics challenge in April. Are your kids up for the challenge?
Getting an interview is the critical step in getting hired, make sure that you leave the right impression after the job interview. In this article, I cover the top three things to do after every job interview you have to increase your chances of a call back interview.
Number three — conduct a debriefing of your interview — is something you probably never thought about, but knowing what worked or didn’t work during the interview is essential. Read more
The first ever Girls Breaker Day is in the books, and what a fantastic time everyone had. Kids and parents both commented about how much fun that they had learning about technology. I’m still getting phone calls and messages from people. Read more
Another great event for area girls
By the age of 10, most girls have decided that computers, electronics, engineering, science, and math are not cool, too complicated, or just for boys.
On July 29 from 10 am to 3 pm, we are inviting all girls between the ages of 9 and 14 to join us at The Journey Group where we will help demystifying how electronics and appliances work by letting girls explore them by taking them apart in a safe and educational environment. The entire event is completely free, and I would like the moms also to join them. Read more
Every Gaming Bootcamp has sold out
Over the past three months, we’ve been working hard on our summer of Gaming Bootcamps, and it has completely paid off. Every camp that we have scheduled has sold out, some even sold out 2x, and we had to add additional dates.