April 1, 2017
St. Paul's United Methodist Church- 405 S. 10th Street San Jose
“What’s Your Game Plan?” FREE College-Readiness Workshop
Lunch, Door Prizes, and Scholarship Information available to all who attend!
Saturday, April 1st, 2017
11:00AM to 2:00PM including Free Lunch
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church
405 S. 10th Street, San Jose 95112
Onsite Parking Available
Questions? Please E-mail CRAM.SanJose@gmail.com
RSVP: Please email us at CRAM.SanJose@gmail.com to let us know you are coming!
Useful information for students and parents:
“Why go to college?”
“Understanding the college application process”
“What are universities looking for?”
“How to choose a college major”
Event is open to all; intended for potential college students currently attending a middle or high school in San José with a focus on those who will be first-generation college students.
Come be part of this FREE San José CRAM College-Readiness Program. We are a collaboration with the San José Public Library TeenHQ, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Bay Area Tutoring Association, the Scholarship Club, Admission-Bridge, San José State University, and other allied organizations.
March 23, 2017 3:30pm-6:00pm
Hillview Branch Library 1600 Hopkins Dr. San Jose 95122
The Code Writing 4 Common Core program is a 21st Century CS initiative from the Bay Area Tutoring Association (501c3) designed to enhance Common Core learning capabilities and unlock the natural programmers and developers inside our children. Students will be introduced to Silicon Valley programming languages HTML5, CSS, Java Script as well as the kid friendlier platforms; Scratch and GameMaker. Building websites, mobile apps and video games with different types of programs and computer programming languages is fun, challenging and rewarding all at the same time!
Whether your child is experienced with programming or just getting started, our
Code Writing 4 Common Core program will improve their math, keyboarding skills, critical thinking, reasoning and test taking skills, all while building academic confidence and fueling their desire to make a positive difference in the world.
Common Core and Code writing is the future of education in California. Our goal is to start preparing your child for the future today. Students are required to bring their own laptops.
Starts Feb. 27th & 28th
Milpitas Adult Education Center
5 Week Long Program
2 Session Options (M/W, or T/TH)
M/W Session 1: 3:00-4:15pm
M/W Session 2: 4:15-5:30pm
Starts Feb. 27th
T/TH Session 1: 3:00-4:15pm
T/TH Session 2: 4:15pm-5:30pm
Starts Feb. 28th
Students will learn how to bring animated characters to life, make video games and learn the fundamentals of computer science (sequencing, branching, looping, variables and more).
Register at: www.codewritingkids.com
Saturdays from Feb. 25-Apr. 24
Milpitas Adult Education Center
AP Computer Science classes are BACK!
Launch Date: Saturday, February 25th
Start Time: 9:30am-12:00pm
Host Site: Milpitas Adult Education Center
1331 East Calaveras Blvd, Milpitas, CA 95035
Bay Area Tutoring Association is offering AP Computer Science Prep course for students interested in taking the AP Computer Exam in Spring of 2017. This course is led by computer industry professionals and aligned with APCS curriculum from College Board, UC Berkeley, and East Side Union High School District.
To be considered, students must have a background that includes C or higher in Algebra and Physical science at high school freshman level. With lectures, handouts, and exercises, the course emphasizes the design and analysis of software, object-oriented concepts such abstraction, inheritance, polymorphism, and data encapsulation. Laptop Required. Click above “Register Now” or Call (408) 945-8003