Table Discussion_2019June13
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Educator OpportunitiesOpportunities For StudentsOpportunities for Employers
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have kids also teach Barriers for interns and YA considering the need
engagement & preparation of real world experiences increased
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k-4 innovation timeengagement & preparation of real world experiences increasedmentor & coach beyond YA
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break the stereotype of CS/IThands on experienceexplore cs earlier - ready for HS concepts
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have businesses come in and explain what jobs are available
mentor & coach beyond YAbring new ideas
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changing fields/economyexplore cs earlier - ready for HS conceptsalign initiatives
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real world experiencebusiness/school partnerships (exg Brillion)
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connectionsfusion of IT in other careers
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hard skills & soft skillsinclude what we do
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business/school partnerships (exg Brillion)include how we do it
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get them to see themselves in your organizationwhy we do it - what is the value
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fusion of IT in other careersbreak the stereotype of CS/IT
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80% of YA success onto collegenew careers
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think outside the boxhave businesses come in and explain what jobs are available
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changing fields/economychanging fields/economy
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Employer ObstaclesEducator ObstaclesStudent Obstacles
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Small number of CS Gradsmore opportunities for 16 or younger studentsmore opportunities for 16 or younger students
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disconnect with IT & YA compared to other fieldsstem not attractng many womenapplication of skills
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18 year old requirements - changealign initiativesfew women in IT
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challenge of developing talentapplication of skills
expose students in other classes like art and business to IT careers
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local employers awareness of YA programsstudent involvementflexible, agile, meaningful, and fun
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stem not attractng many womenfew women in ITneed to have more than one or two classes
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type of projects for YA industrygetting info to teachers students and parentsneed a progression of classes and camps
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budgets & staffingmore exposure to hackathon eventsother activities (band, sports)
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30% didn't see a need to recuit into IT
for higher eds, carrer exp. is key to helping youth understand what IT really is
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more opportunities for 16 or younger studentsexpose students in other classes like art and business to IT careers
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align initiativeshelp students narrow down which area of IT is right for them
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few women in ITneeds to count for credit
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large number of open positionsflexible, agile, meaningful, and fun
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Upper management not on board - excusesneed to have more than one or two classes
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externshipsneed a progression of classes and camps
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flexible, agile, meaningful, and funother activities (band, sports)
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more emmersive experience for studentsboard/schools agreeing
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board/schools agreeingbreak the stereotype of CS/IT
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include what we dochanging fields/economy
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include how we do it
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why we do it - what is the value
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break the stereotype of CS/IT
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changing fields/economy
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