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Maybe you’re in high school, who’s really interested in technology. Or perhaps you’re working in IT and want to learn more about how to diversify the workforce. Or, maybe you’re an educator and want to know how you can encourage a more diverse student base to pursue IT.
Sound like you? Then, the Summit was made just for you.
CodeCrush is excited to invite you to our annual Summer Summit. We’re bringing together the energetic community that is fighting to diversify the IT workforce, and celebrate each other. We’re bringing in national speakers, local heros and a big community of people who all are working towards making technology.
Due to CodeCrush being virtual this Summer, it is free for all participants!
June 22 - 26, 2020
How many spots?
Registration will be available soon. Please check back often.
If you're a high school student registering, please register as a "child."
If you're an adult register, please use the "adult" option.
Are you a business/community member interested in sponsorship and securing a full or half table? Check out your options.
We're celebrating the amazing community that supports diversity in IT. Whether you're a past applicant or participant of CodeCrush, an educator, a high schooler interested in IT, or a business or individual supporting our efforts - we'd love to see you there!
Students must obtain parental/guardian consent for participation. We welcome all students with an interest in IT.
Closing Speaker TBA
Fabulous hands-on experiences. I particularly liked the one Breakout session where we got to program our own problem-solving idea using Makey Makey. I love the ability to network and collaborate with other teachers. Sometimes I feel like I am on an island in my school, so being able to work alongside other teacher and UNO professions helps me bridge that gap and give me momentum to bring back to my school. - Teacher
I loved code crush because it was so interactive, and it was about technology. Bioinformatics and Innovation were my favorite workshops by far. Those took a lot of learning which was enjoyable. Going to the apple store, Union Pacific, and the SAC Museum was also so so much fun!! - Student
A big thank you to our sponsors that make CodeCrush a reality. None of this would be possible without donors like you. By making a gift today, your support will help encourage students to pursue their ambitions and give them the confidence to achieve their dreams.
See our sponsorship tiers here.