New Hampshire Chapter Mission
What We Strive For
The GCL New Hampshire Chapter focuses on spreading access to coding resources in a technology driven world. With numerous activities and programs specifically targeted towards underrepresented minorities and students who may not have much access to STEM resources, our chapter initiates and partners with other organizations to make STEM fun for students.
New Hampshire Chapter Leader
“Hi! I’m Rebecca and I am a high school senior at Nashua High School South. This January, I attended MIT Battlecode’s final tournament, consisting of high schoolers, undergrads, and graduate students from around the world. I am interested in ML/AI and its usage in the medical field as well as mobile app development.
Through my GCL initiative, I hope to empower underrepresented minorities into STEM by holding a virtual hackathon, machine learning webinars, and a field day event. The field day event will consist of several stations with hands-on STEM events such as VR and robotics.”
New Hampshire’s Events
See How We Are Making a Difference
Events Coming Soon
This chapter is working hard to begin planning new events for students in their state. If you would like to help plan events or be apart of the chapter’s future plans, email the chapters team at email@example.com
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