STEM Everyday #228 | A Free Middle School Hackathon | feat. Charlotte Law STEM Everyday

Inspire2Dev was founded by a group of high school students to make a positive impact in communities by providing STEM learning opportunities for middle school students. They seek to inspire kids through fun and collaborative environments of free virtual Hackathons. Their 2nd Free Virtual Hackathon for middle schoolers and incoming 9th graders is happening Saturday, Aug 6, 2022 from 9:00am – 4:30pm PDTCharlotte Law, founder of Inspire2Dev, is a rising Senior at Dougherty Valley High School in California who loves STEM, computer science, artificial intelligence, and biotech. She and her friends founded Inspire2Dev to provide a supportive environment for middle school students, from anywhere in the country, to learn more about STEM and collaborate with others to create innovative and meaningful projects.Connect with Inspire2Dev:Website inspire2dev.orgSign up for the 2022 HackathonInstagram @inspire2devChris Woods is the host of the STEM Everyday Podcast… Connect with him:Website: dailystem.comTwitter: @dailystemInstagram: @dailystemYouTube: youtubeGet Chris's book Daily STEM on AmazonSupport the show
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