Come For the Hackathon, Stay For The Friendships

Hi Everyone,

The hackathon is coming to an end and we hope that you had a great time building friendships and codes together

Through blood, sweat and tears, we hope that you finished your project in time.
Don’t forget to request for a participation certificate, click on this link to apply for one [Deadline: March 21]:
https://zfrmz.com/uKCeHfvljg9Eq7xm3Jjo

So, the other bigger question is “what’s next?” after this hackathon.
Will this Discord community end?

Of course not! We got you covered for more fun activities this year!

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First of!
1) Tokyo Minecraft Club co-hosted together with Tokyo Coding Club :
Time & Dates: 4:00pm – 5:30pm on Saturdays & Sundays
Who: Elementary/Middle/High School students in Japan and around the world
Mark & Oliver will be hosting the Minecraft server, so be there if you still want to hang out with them 🙂
For more details on how to sign up: https://www.worldcodingclub.org/tokyo-minecraft-club/

Note: We will have a “Minecraft” discord channel after the hackathon

And If you are a hackathon and a very competitive kind of person
2) Join The First International Youth Coders Summit 2021 by World Coding Club
Work together with students from around the world on a tech project to better the world.
The International Youth Coders Summit will involve students from Japan, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and many more, working on a tech project that aims to promote sustainability development goals in Japan.
When: Mid August 2021
Who: High School/Middle School students in Japan and around the world
Where: Tokyo, Japan/Virtual
For more details: https://www.worldcodingclub.org/international-youth-coders-summit-2021/

Or if you would like to become a student volunteer and represent your school
and work together with our student ambassadors Riku & Sprihaa from ASIJ!

3) Become a World Coding Club Volunteer and attend weekly inter-school meetings and activities!
By becoming a volunteer, you get to:
a) Make new friends in Japan and around the world
b) Learn coding and STEAM with peers
c) Help spread the importance of STEAM—especially in underrepresented communities
d) Have fun doing community work with technology
e) Join a global network of students

also, you get to join the VERY FIRST “Code For Impact” program where only selected students will work together with sponsors to build sophisticated coding projects together under the help of Tokyo Coding Club mentors.

Click here for more details: https://www.worldcodingclub.org/volunteer/

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Also, don’t forget to read our blogs to keep yourself updated with the latest events and news by us!
https://www.worldcodingclub.org/blog/

That’s about it for now!
Don’t forget to thank your mentors and student ambassadors that helped you during the Hackathon!

We appreciate your participation in this hackathon and feel free to just hang around here even after the hackathon 🙂

 

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