Spring 2020 Spartan GWC Registration Form
Spartan Girls Who Code will meet Saturdays 10 am - noon in the Engineering Building, 428 S. Shaw Lane, East Lansing. There will be 10 meetings starting January 11 excluding Saturdays of MSU and Lansing-area public school breaks.

Affiliated with girlswhocode.com, Spartan Girls Who Code is free to members. To be eligible for a certificate of completion, members must attend 8 out of the 10 meetings. To register interest, provide the information requested below.
Email address *
Club Member Information
The information below is requested of the club member.
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Birthday *
Email address (of club member, if any)
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Grade *
School Name *
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Prior coding experience? *
You do not need any prior coding experience to join. But if you have any, we would like to know what coding events (e.g., Hour of Code, 5-day summer camp, 1-day workshop) you've participated in and what programming languages (e.g., Scratch, Python, Basic, Javascript, Java) you've used. Please briefly describe your past experience or indicate "None."
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Your interests/goals
Although not required, we'd like to know why you are joining. Perhaps you are just curious, or perhaps there is something specific you want to learn. Feel free to let us know!
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Parent or Legal Guardian Information
Please provide contact information for a parent or legal guardian who should receive notices regarding the Spartan GWC Club.
Full Name *
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Street Address *
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Zip Code
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Phone Number *
The number to call in case of emergency.
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Email address (of parent or legal guardian) *
Notices and club updates will be sent to this email address.
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Thank You
Thank you for your interest in the Spartan Girls Who Code Club. We will send Information about the status of your application to the email address(es) you have provided in December.
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