Women Who Code @ SCC

We invite Everyone* to attend our Fall 2018 events!

*Please note – students must be enrolled in SCC classes to attend. Please see Club Handbook.

No computer experience required! All genders are welcome!

  • Computer Information Science at Sacramento City College
    For more information about our programs visit | www.scc.losrios.edu/cis/

Please help us continue this success and join us for Fall 2018 events.

Women Who Code @ SCC | Fall 2018

Next Meeting | October 4, 2018 – 12:00pm – 12:50pm | B204

Join us to find out about our programs, meet some of our faculty, and also meet students currently enrolled in our programs. This is a community event, and all are welcome to attend.

If you have never explored Computer Information Science, please join us!

  • Want to learn about coding? Come learn with us and meet new friends and other students!
  • 1st/3rd Thursday’s | Fall 2018 CIS Club Meeting Dates – 12pm – 1pm | B204
    • Oct 4
    • Oct 18
    • Nov 1
    • Nov 15
  • SAVE THE DATE | November 30, 2018 | Industry Panel
    • Apple and other Industry leaders
    • Come learn about jobs skills and other job-related topics!
    • More information to follow

About Women Who Code @ SCC

Professor Little and Professor Xu are leading the way for organizing a cohort of Women Who Code @ Sacramento City College.  We have the support of our faculty and dean of the division, and hope to organize a group of women, interested in enrolling in CIS programs, to support your success from the time you begin your program, until you graduate!

This is a new cohort in CIS to bring women together as they complete their studies in Computer Science, Programming and Web Development. All disciplines are welcome to participate, but these are the three programs that will be the focus of this cohort pathways project.

This is our first ever cohort here in CIS, and we will be exploring and learning as we grow these pathway programs. We hope to have women apply for our first cohort for Spring 2018.

If you are a new student, or if you are already a current student in CIS we would love it if you want to join our cohort!

  • It is a fact, women in Computer Science are an under-represented group, and we are establishing this cohort to try to provide more opportunities for women!
  • It is a fact that wages in Computer Science are higher than average salaries!
  • Statistics from Code.org for California

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