Since Code Break began, we’ve seen guests from different backgrounds and industries come together with students from across the globe. We thank you for continuing to tune-in, interact with us, and support computer science learning in your home. As the school year comes to an end, this week’s Code Break will also be our last and we have an extra special episode planned!
Last week, we welcomed Susan Wojcicki and China Anne McClain on Code Break to discuss abstraction. If you missed it, you can still watch the episode and try the activities. This week, we’re excited to welcome singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc, President and COO of Salesforce, Bret Taylor, and Senior Software Engineer Manager at Microsoft, Paola Mejia Minaya. Together we’ll learn all about how computers work.
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NASEF taps its network of esports and learning professionals for daily online streams to give students social connections and fun learning opportunities in a safe, moderated environment
(Orange County, CA – March 15, 2020) – The North America Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF) is launching free daily “Community Club” sessions for students beginning Monday, March 16 and continuing daily as needed. NASEF is tapping the collective expertise of its education, gaming, and social partners to present quality ongoing programming. The interactive online gatherings will provide fun activities, socialization with friends (without physical contact), development of game skills, and insights into the careers and lives of professionals working in the esports industry.[Read more…]
Igniting Success host Snowden McFall talks with Kathleen Schofield, STEM2 Hub Executive Director, about the role and increasing importance of women in STEM.
Jacksonville Business Journal Leadership Trust is an Invitation-Only Community for Top Business Decision Makers in Jacksonville
Jacksonville (1/28/2020) — Kathleen Schofield, Executive Director of Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub has been invited to join Jacksonville Business Journal Leadership Trust, an exclusive community for influential business leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in Jacksonville.
Kathleen was chosen for membership by the Jacksonville Business Journal Leadership Trust Selection Committee due to her experience, leadership and influence in the local business landscape and beyond. Kathleen is pioneering STEM2 (science, technology, engineering, math, medicine) education in Northeast Florida, throughout the state and internationally.
“Jacksonville’s thriving business community is powered by leaders like Kathleen Schofield said Sara Leutzinger, President and Publisher of Jacksonville Business Journal. “We’re honored to be creating a space where the region’s business influencers come together to increase their impact on the community, build their businesses and connect with and strengthen one another.”
As an invited member, Kathleen will contribute articles to the Jacksonville Business Journal website and participate alongside fellow members in Expert Panels. She will connect and collaborate with a vetted network of local leaders in a members-only directory and a private forum on the group’s mobile app. Kathleen will also benefit from leadership and business coaching, an Executive Profile on the Jacksonville Business Journal website, select partner discounts and services and ongoing support from the community’s concierge team.
“I am thrilled to join the team of business leaders collaborating through the Jacksonville Business Journal and the opportunity to share the exciting developments in STEM2 education in the region,” Kathleen said. “I believe that ‘Impossible means we just haven’t found the solution yet’ and working together to overcome the challenges we all face is a big part of realizing ‘the impossible.’”
The Jacksonville Business Journal Leadership Trust team is honored to welcome Kathleen to the community and looks forward to helping her elevate her personal brand, strengthen her circle of trusted advisors and position her to further impact the Jacksonville business community and beyond.
About the Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub
The Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub convenes, inspires and invest sin the STEM2 field by providing the essential missing elements to accelerate the growth of STEM2 education and careers in Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, Putnam, and St. Johns counties. Follow these links to see the STEM2Hub corporate board members and for more information about the STEM2 field in Northeast Florida.
About Business Journals Leadership Trust
Jacksonville Business Journal Leadership Trust is a part of Business Journals Leadership Trust — a collective of invitation-only networks of influential business leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in your community. Membership is based on an application and selection committee review. Benefits include private online forums, the ability to publish insights on bizjournals.com, business and executive coaching and a dedicated concierge team. To learn more and find out if you qualify, visit trust.bizjournals.com.