Cal NERDS - October's Intro to Python for Data Science Boot Camp for STEM College and Graduate Students
SNAPSHOT
*Cal NERDS has created a weekend Python coding for Data Science boot camp for STEM college students and graduate students with no coding experience, Python 101 and Python 102.
*Each experience is three hours each and you can enroll in one or both of the boot camps. We have the capacity to register around 75 students for each virtual boot camp. We may need to use a waitlist if we go beyond 100 registered participants.
*Zoom links and download instructions will be sent on Friday before the workshop around Noon.
* More information about Cal NERDS can be found at nerds.berkeley.edu.

Python 101
Saturday, October 23rd @ 10 am to 1 pm PST via zoom
[data science overview, short intro to python, Intro to Py stack]
*Beginner-friendly, no prior coding experience needed.

Python 102
Sunday, October 24th @ 10 am to 1 pm PST via zoom
[review of Python and more Py stack]
*For those who have minor coding experience in any language, we suggest that you solve the Python 101 Notebook on your own and join us for Python 102.
*For those who completed Python 101 and want more exposure to coding, register for Python 102.

QUESTIONS?
* Reach out to Kseniya and Anton at our Cal NERDS' email: calnerdscenter@berkeley.edu
* Please make sure to include ***[Intro to Python Bootcamp]*** on the subject line, otherwise we will not be able to track your email. Our staff will get back to you within 48 hours. If you do not receive a response then please
text Director Diana Lizarraga at #510.778.5165

WHAT YOU WILL NEED FOR THIS PYTHON BOOT CAMP
*A working computer (laptop or desktop) and stable Wi-Fi are necessary for this workshop. Please, make sure you have access to both before you register. Unfortunately, we are not able to help with either at the moment.
*A working zoom account.

ACCOMMODATION
If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting/CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) to fully participate in this activity, please contact Chris Noble with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7-10 days in advance of the event. Chris Noble: cknoble@berkeley.edu. Please put the word "Python - Accommodation" in the subject line.

PREREQUISITES
Registered UC STEM or NSF LSAMP student (including NSF Bridge to the Doctorate Students). Algebraic concepts including an understanding of functions and variables, and how to graph linear functions. You will also need to provide your own laptop/computer for this two-day workshop.

REGISTRATION
Once you fill out this form you should receive (within an hour) an e-mailed copy of your registration information. If you do not - then that means that the system did not record your registration.


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ACCOMMODATION | Please let us know If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting/CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) to fully participate in this activity. In addition to this form, Questions regarding this can be directed to Cal NERDS Assistant Director Chris Noble (cknoble@berkeley.edu) with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7-10 days in advance of this event. Please put PYTHON ACCOMMODATION in the e-mail subject line. If you do not require an accommodation, then please put "N/A". *
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If you are an undergraduate or graduate student at a Non-UC campus, could you please put the name of your university or community college here (please no abbreviations)
If you are a NSF LSAMP undergraduate student or NSF Bridge to the Doctorate graduate student could you please put your coordinator/director's name and e-mail here? We would like to share more opportunities with our sister program.
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Do you consider yourself to be a first-generation student? *
Please share (as you feel comfortable) how you define or understand the term first-generation student to mean to you. FYI We are working on providing some additional resources for first gen students so we would appreciate your insight. *
As an undergrad, are you (or were you) a transfer student? *
Why do you want to learn Python? Check all that apply. *
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As of today - do you have any coding experience? If so please describe briefly. This helps our instructors better prepare to teach and support you. *
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Last year we started teaching Python virtually instead of in-person due to the pandemic. Can you please share if you are for this semester/quarter attending classes virtually and/or in-person?
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This workshop was funded by a donor, named Susan. Could you please write a short thank you to Susan for making this opportunity available to us? You can mention your name, major/program, campus, and why or how you think this Python training will help you. Please write more than a couple of words. THANKS, this helps us keep our programming free to students. *
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