TechTrek

Have you ever wondered how you can use computers to change the world?

TechTrek has the answer! We bring you exciting opportunities to learn all about computer science and how we use computers to create the technology that powers our world.

TechTrek brings computer science to the community with a range of activities for high school students and your parents. You'll have a chance to work with our top-notch UBC experts and meet real industry professionals from companies like Google, Electronic Arts, and Pixar. We'll teach you how to write computer software, program robots, solve a range of exciting problems and a whole lot more!

Saturday Workshops 2014 (February 8, March 1 & April 5, 2014)

Registration is open!  For more information click here!  or REGISTER NOW!

Saturday Workshop Location:

February 8, 2014 (10am - 12:30pm)

This workshop will take place at EA, not at the UBC campus.  For security purposes at the EA premises, everybody attending this workshop, including parents and teachers or anyone accompanying a student must have a name tag prepared by EA.  To do this, please provide the requested information when registering a student.  If you are a teacher please email techtrek-info@cs.ubc.ca.  Note:  As usual, only the students registering for a workshop will pay the $10 registration fee.


March 1, 2014 (10am - 12:30pm)

April 5, 2014 (10am - 12:30pm)


ICICS/CS Building (ICCS) - 2366 Main Mall (at the corner of Main Mall and Agronomy Road)

Click here for a map.

Enter through the Reboot Cafe entrance as shown on the picture.

Programs We Use

Scratch

Kodu

Greenfoot

App Inventor for Android

Processing


Summer Camps for 2014 have been cancelled

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We gratefully acknowledge the support of NSERC.

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