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Teen Tech, Wednesdays at MoNaS

September 25, 2016

Teen Tech at the Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science
Inspiring Tomorrow’s Innovators!

Interested in doing more with Computer Science and technology? Join us!

Wednesdays, 4:30 – 6:00 PM
October 5 – November 16

No cost to participate! This is a totally FREE program!

All students in grades 9 – 12 are invited to join the fun to create projects, explore Raspberry Pi’s, learn some Python, code sensors, build apps with AppInventor, design a game using SNAP!, and the importance of understanding network security.

Sessions will focus on elements of Computer Science, including: coding, robotics, game design, programming, smart grid technologies, and integrating sensors.

October 5: Ozobot Robotics
October 12: Raspberry Pi Exploration
October 19: Smart Grid Technologies
October 26: Building Apps
November 2: AppInventor
November 9: Network Security I
November 16: Network Security II

All sessions will be held at the Museum of Nature and Science
411 N. Main Street, Las Cruces, (575) 522-3120.

Registration options:

1. Online,,
2. On-site at the Museum of Nature and Science, located at 411 N. Main St., Las Cruces, or
3. By phone, (575) 541-3120, through the Museum.

Sign up today!

Teen Tech is a joint effort between MoNaS, NMSU, the Department of Computer Science, Young Women in Computing, the Center for Smart Grid Technologies, and the GK-12 DISSECT program.


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