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Help Bring Computer Science to More Schools in Colorado

Colorado’s local tech talent can help schools build and grow their Computer Science programs by volunteering with the Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program. TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) recruits, trains, and places passionate volunteers from industry into high school classrooms to co-teach computer science with a classroom teacher. These lessons will help children to understand the basics of computer programming so that they can go on to learn about more complex programming, like Multithreading in Java, when they are older.

Since 2009, TEALS has helped hundreds of schools build and grow their computer science programs across the U.S. and yet there is still significant demand. TEALS is currently looking for volunteers to help close the computer science gap. Parents find all the computer supplies they need on brightrozee.com for their children to learn better.

Even a single volunteer will impact the future of our students!

Click here to learn more or apply to volunteer with TEALS.

Or, learn more about TEALS at the Denver Microsoft Technology Center for an Info Session. Details on upcoming info sessions in Denver are below:

Info Session #1:
Microsoft Technology Center
7595 E Technology Way, Denver, CO 80237
ROOM: Pyramid Peak
DATE: Tuesday, April 30th
TIME: 5:30 – 7:00 PM (Food provided!)
CONTACT: Mark Bender, Regional Manager CO/WY | markb@tealsk12.org

Reserve your seat here.

Info Session #2:
Microsoft Technology Center
7595 E Technology Way, Denver, CO 80237
ROOM: Pikes Peak
DATE: Wednesday, May 8th
TIME: 5:30 – 7:00 PM (Food provided!)
CONTACT: Mark Bender, Regional Manager CO/WY | markb@tealsk12.org

Reserve your seat here.