Category Archives: Technology

Meet An Engineer: UW Engineering Ambassadors @ Northeast Branch

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Wednesday, May 6 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Northeast Branch

Now’s your chance to get a more in-depth look at what the UW Engineering Ambassadors are all about!

The UW Engineering Ambassadors are returning to the Northeast Branch with their full-length presentation. They’ll have information on different careers and programs in engineering and demonstrate how they are using their new skills with an interactive activity.

 

 

 

 

 

Reminder: Soaring Skyscrapers & Roaring Race Cars

2015 02 Design Challenge II flier

Have you ever wanted to race a car, or design and build the tallest skyscraper in the world? Come participate to see whose design will last longest and go the fastest!

Join us at Southwest on February 20, from 3:30-5:00!

Bring your friends! Snacks included! It’s free!  🙂

Soaring Skyscrapers and Roaring Race Cars @ Southwest

2015 02 Design Challenge II flier

Have you ever wanted to race a car, or design and build the tallest skyscraper in the world? Come participate to see whose design will last longest and go the fastest!

Join us at Southwest on February 20, from 3:30-5:00!

Bring your friends! Snacks included! It’s free!  🙂

Last chance to apply for KUOW’s RadioActive!

radioactiveApplications are due today for RadioActive’s 2015 spring workshop in radio journalism! If you (or young people you know) would be excited about this PAID OPPORTUNITY to tell stories and learn how to make radio, please remind them to get their applications turned in!

More information about the 2015 spring workshop and the RadioActive youth media program is below. Workshop applications are due today, January 21, by 11:59 p.m.

The RadioActive 2015 Spring Workshop

In this fun, rigorous and hands-on workshop, youth ages 16-18 learn about journalism, audio recording, audio editing, interviewing, writing for broadcast, and speaking on the air. During the workshop, the six participants will work collaboratively to create feature radio stories on topics of their choice that will be published on KUOW.org and shared at a public listening party! Best of all, RadioActive participants have the chance to amplify their voices by telling true stories about their communities, and the topics that are important to them.

RadioActive’s 2015 Spring Workshop starts on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 and ends on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Workshop meetings are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00-7:00pm at KUOW’s studios at 4518 University Way NE in Seattle’s University District. We also have all-day workshops on Saturday February 14th, Tuesday February 17th, and Saturday April 18th.

For completing the program, students will receive a $375 stipend. RadioActive provides snacks for students during the workshop, and bus tickets as needed. Youth who complete the program receive a 1-year subscription to Adobe’s Creative Cloud software suite, and are eligible to apply for a four-year college scholarship provided by the Adobe Foundation. Graduates of this workshop have the opportunity to stay involved as a RadioActive Advanced Youth Producer. Continue reading

Tomorrow is your last chance to apply for RadioActive’s spring workshop!

radioactiveApplications are due tomorrow for RadioActive’s 2015 spring workshop in radio journalism! If you (or young people you know) would be excited about this PAID OPPORTUNITY to tell stories and learn how to make radio, please remind them to get their applications turned in!

More information about the 2015 spring workshop and the RadioActive youth media program is below. Workshop applications are due tomorrow, January 21, by 11:59 p.m.

The RadioActive 2015 Spring Workshop

In this fun, rigorous and hands-on workshop, youth ages 16-18 learn about journalism, audio recording, audio editing, interviewing, writing for broadcast, and speaking on the air. During the workshop, the six participants will work collaboratively to create feature radio stories on topics of their choice that will be published on KUOW.org and shared at a public listening party! Best of all, RadioActive participants have the chance to amplify their voices by telling true stories about their communities, and the topics that are important to them.

RadioActive’s 2015 Spring Workshop starts on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 and ends on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Workshop meetings are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00-7:00pm at KUOW’s studios at 4518 University Way NE in Seattle’s University District. We also have all-day workshops on Saturday February 14th, Tuesday February 17th, and Saturday April 18th.

For completing the program, students will receive a $375 stipend. RadioActive provides snacks for students during the workshop, and bus tickets as needed. Youth who complete the program receive a 1-year subscription to Adobe’s Creative Cloud software suite, and are eligible to apply for a four-year college scholarship provided by the Adobe Foundation. Graduates of this workshop have the opportunity to stay involved as a RadioActive Advanced Youth Producer. Continue reading

Greenwood Family Forum on 10/29!

Studying by fanzWhen:  Wednesday Oct. 29 from 6:30-7:30.

What:  An introduction for families about free school support resources.

Cosponsored by The Seattle Public Library and 826 Seattle.

The Greenwood Family Forum is an event at the Greenwood Public Library this Wednesday (before Halloween). It is a free event open to any families with children interested in learning about free student resources. Come if you’d like to learn more about:

All families are encouraged to come if they are at all interested in learning more about these resources.  Students may come unaccompanied if they are in sixth grade or above.

GWD

Greenwood Library

8016 Greenwood Ave. N.

206-684-4086

 

Free Music! Get It! All About that Bass by Meghan Trainor

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