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Updated: Jul 6, 2021

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Just a reminder, the Code Savvy Board of Directors is looking for our next Executive Director to expand our work of creating opportunities for hands-on, equitable computer science learning experiences that inspire all learners to transform the future for good.

If you, or someone you know, has nonprofit leadership experience, a passion for promoting equitable education and increasing access for underrepresented students in the computer science field - we want to hear from you!

Additionally, Code Savvy is looking for Part Time Computer Science Curriculum Developers to support our school partnerships through the development of project-based curriculum! Join us to engage and inspire students through creative computing!

Click the button below to learn about all opportunities currently available with Code Savvy!

This Week’s Spotlight and Project-Inspiration Theme: Hug Holiday

This week’s focus is Hug Holiday - June 29th!

June 29th is a day to celebrate something great - hugs! It is a day to be sure to take time out of your day to pause and show some appreciation and affection to loved ones. Especially this year with so much time passing where we may have been unable to give hugs. Research has shown there are many benefits to giving hugs, including giving self hugs! Hugs and affectionate physical touch can release dopamine and other “feel good hormones” in our brain, helping our bodies to relax and feel better even during stressful times.

With summer in full swing and the July 4th holiday is this weekend, use your Independence Day celebrations with family and friends to also share a hug! Why stop at just one day? Let’s continue to celebrate Hug Holiday all week and beyond!

Technology can even help us send hugs from a distance. If you aren’t able to hug in person, you could try sending a hugging .gif or video to another person. Maybe you even want to code and create your own interactive hugging project in Scratch, or a hugging app in AppInventor or Thunkable. Whatever you choose to make, be sure to share it with your friends and family.

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