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Memorial University of Newfoundland - Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship | Engineering Building (3rd Floor) | EN3076

230 Elizabeth Avenue

St. John's, NL A1C 5S7

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This is a beginner level workshop for girls 8-13 years old and their parent/guardian/aunt/older sibling.

Bring a special girl in your life to this workshop and learn to create a website together from scratch! Note: this workshop is BYOL so each parent or guardian/youth pair is required to bring one laptop on the day of the workshop as well as their own nut-free snacks.

Art is everywhere - even on our computers!

Girls Learning Code is excited to combine the power of play with basic design and programming skills for this hands-on workshop. This experience offers learners the opportunity to learn basic programming principles in a super fun, beginner-friendly environment! Through merging creativity with basic coding concepts, learners will use code to create digital artwork on their computer.

Using Scratch, a beginner level programming environment, learners will have the tools to develop interactive art and art-building platforms to share and use. Learners will also be introduced to Scratch's amazing online community, sloganed: "Imagine, Program, Share," where they will have the opportunity to upload their projects to share with fellow digital artists!

Each Artmaking with Scratch workshop has the same flow, but different activities. Come and create new artwork every time!


Is this workshop right for you?

This is a beginner workshop for girls ages 8-13 who are new to Scratch


What will I have learned by the end of this workshop?

  • Create algorithms in Scratch
  • Design sprites in Scratch
  • Use events to control when things happen in my project
  • Use conditionals to control what happens in my project
  • Use loops to make things happen more than once
  • Use the Scratch account I made to KEEP CODING!


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What parents say about Girls Learning Code:

“My daughter went to the camp without a clear understanding of what a tech camp for girls was but was pleasantly surprised by the experience. She enjoyed every single day at the camp and showed great enthusiasm about the topic she and her group chose to present. I would not hesitate to send her to another tech camp with LLC whenever the opportunity arises.”

“My daughter wasn’t sold on the idea of attending a “technology camp” for March Break. By the second day she was raving about how much fun she was having AND how much she was learning. What a great combination!”

“I learned about Girls Learning Code from the Toronto Star. I looked into it and I thought it was such a great opportunity for my daughter to be exposed in the field of technology. I was really happy that she went to Girls Learning Code because she was introduced to different programming languages, exposed to companies like Google and Mozilla and had to work with different girls she’s never met before. I wish my older daughter who is now in first year university had the same opportunity as her sister.”

“This was a great iniative that is needed to encourage females to become leaders in computer technology field. It was inspiring for my daughter to visit Google, to see a modern office space, to see a bilingual women in a leading position at Google. This camp provided a perspective to girls that they not only can play and use technology, they can design, create and become leaders in technology.”

“My daughter had a blast, the other campers were a great bunch of girls, they learned, grew and had fun. The venue was well chosen, the balance of activities was good. The extra little touches of caring were noticable and appreciated. The camp was down to earth and unpretentious but the counsellors took their jobs seriously. A+. I will recommend to other parents.”

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