Grooming an ACE is a workshop for youth in grade levels 8-12 and 1st year college students. The purpose of the workshop is to expose youth to the three cycles of career development (Discovery-Exploration-Preparation), make them aware of career clusters, and give them insight on how to become an individual that is skillful and positioned to always contribute their expertise in their career.
The Girls on Fire Challenge is an annual event to foster innovative spirits, leadership, and critical thinking skills in girls 13-18 years of age. Over three months, challenge participants are coached through the process of defining a problem and developing a case to propose a potential solution. Participants may attempt to address new or existing problem in the world today (of any sort). However, the solution recommended must be the participant’s original thoughts and ideas.
Interested in learning how to code, but not sure where to start? Want to learn in a group? Then join TWIN’s Coding Club in the spring (March) to learn basic principles of computer science? Parents are welcomed and encouraged to attend with their youth.