This one-of-a-kid, multi-day photography Summer Camp is part of a Summer-long camp series where students will attend 3 to 4 day photography camps in downtown Durham, NC.
Campers will learn how to use their cameras, make friends, create real-world photo projects and learn from a real photographer who has been teaching teenagers for over ten years!
Through-out the Summer there will be Basic Photography Summer Camps for Teens, Advanced Photography Summer Camps for Teens, YouTube Creator Camps for Teens and a Photography Summer Camp for Kids!
This course trains process technicians for careers in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and chemical manufacturing. It offers job- seeking essentials and hands-on activities to simulate a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility (FESTO) while covering the core concepts of manufacturing and the fundamentals of science needed to provide marketable skills in the biotechnology field. (Qualifies for Financial Assistance)
– Must be at least 18 years old.
– Must have a high school diploma /GED and demonstrate appropriate reading level and math level
– Provide a copy of a transcript of any completed Associate’s degree or higher(see website)
62565 W Th 1 day/wk 5/16-9/19 8:30am-5:30pm Deadline to Apply: May 9
62242 MWF 6/22-9/21 9am-1pm Deadline to Apply: June 15
62240 Sat 7/14-11/17 8:30am-5:30pm Deadline to Apply: July 7
62243 Tues Thurs 8/02-12/13 6pm-10pm Deadline to Apply July 26
Free community resource fair for women who are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or recently post-partum. Various Triangle-area organizations will share information about resources they provide to moms and babies. Sponsored by March of Dimes and hosted by Duke Family Medicine Center.
Details: Saturday, June 23, 1-3 pm. Duke Regional Hospital, First Level Classroom and Classroom 3, 3643 N. Roxboro St., Durham. Parking will be available in the Watts and Visitor Lots.
Memo from the desk of Curator, Kerry Crocker:
As a part of the Loud Color Luminous Sound exhibit, please join me and NCSU Libraries for a workshop where you can learn some basic creative electronics and make a light-up pin…. using LEDs and conductive tape. No skills necessary. No pre-registration required. Drop in for about 30 minutes any time between 2pm and 5pm to make your pin. Workshop will be led by Adam Rogers of the NCSU Libraries Makerspace.
All supplies will be generously provided by NCSU Libraries so that you can make your light-up pin for free!
Everyone of all ages is encouraged to come make a light-up pin. The near future of fashion accessories is LED lights.
During this time I will also provide tours of the exhibit.
Presented by the TimeScience Alliance, Office of Artefakts and NCSU Libraries
FREE to everyone.
Get an overview of the project here: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/paper-circuit-pin
Students will learn about a range of biomedical STEM topics during this one week long camp. Topics explored are Regenerative Medicine, Biomedical Imaging, NeuroEngineering, and Biomechanics. Students will also have a engineering design studio where they will design and build their own prosthetic prototype. Throughout the week various career paths in biomedical STEM are highlighted. Camps are M-F from 9am-3pm. The camp will be run twice in 2018, on June 18th-22nd and June 25th- 29th. Open to rising 6th-8th grades.
Course ID: 62562
June 13 registration deadline
This course is designed for learners who want to take an in-depth look at Access 2016. Learners will expand their knowledge of relational database design, write advanced queries, structure existing data, validate data entered into a database, and customize reports.
Instructions for registration: https://www.durhamtech.edu/continuinged/OnlineRegistrationviaInstantEnrollment.pdf
Enjoy my innovative and complimentary live monthly business workshop series for women entrepreneurs and team leaders.
Each month, we’ll dive into a new topic to give you more abundance in your business.
I’ll introduce you to ideas and approaches to clear blocks and barriers that are hindering your efforts and your success.
Covering sales, messaging, and an emboldened way of looking at yourself and your business, you’ll enjoy a breath of fresh air, take away practical and encouraging insight into your work, and maybe even meet some like-minded new connections.
June’s topic, “More Fun + Freedom”. How can you have fun, enjoy freedom, and profit in your business all at the same time?
Created in honor of Dr. Seuss and his concerns regarding Sustainability, “The Fate of the Frog” combines playful illustrations and playful verse that is as fun to read aloud as it is to listen to. Using an engaging plot told in Seuss-like anapestic tetrameter, “The Fate of the Frog” addresses the importance of water resources as well as other K-2 curricula topics. The Regulator Bookshop is hosting a free event with the local author, including a Family Q&A/discussion, reading of “The Fate of the Frog”, and make-and-take plush tadpole craft using 100% recycled materials.
Melissa Rooney is a Ph.D. Chemist, Scientific Editor, and Author of the Eddie the Electron children’s book series (https://www.amberjackpublishing.com/eddie-the-electron-moves-out). She is also an Associate Supervisor for her county’s Soil and Water Conservation District. She has conducted hands-on STEM-related children’s events at The Science Museum of Western Virginia, The Virginia Museum of Natural Sciences, The Virginia Transportation Museum, The Danville Science Center, The UNC Science Expo, and numerous public schools and libraries across NC and VA. She believes that “the sooner we expose our children to ‘complicated’ scientific ideas, the less intimidated they will be by such subject matter in the future. Whether or not they understand everything is beside the point. What’s important is whether or not they are interested.”
It’s more important than ever to encourage scientific literacy and objectivity in the education of our youth and to introduce them to, engage them in, and prevent them from losing the Magic and Creativity that is Nature and Science. In The Fate of the Frog, Stacy and Melissa accomplish all these.
The Humbled initiative a North Carolina founded Non-Profit announced that they will be hosting a Celebrity Basketball Game sponsored by SpokeHub and A Plus Test Prep, which will be hosted at Hillside High School in Durham, N.C. at 12 p.m. and will end at 5 p.m. The event will include two games, the first game will consist of the surrounding areas first responders vs. high school athletes from the surrounding areas which include Wake, Knightdale, Durham, Cary, & Chapel Hill. The main event will be the Celebrity basketball game.
The event will consist of food, giveaways, entertainment, and more. The Celebrity basketball event will be the driving force to the funding of the T.J. Dunaway Scholarship. The scholarship is designed to help alleviate the financial burden students and their families often incur as the students transition to college. The event will consist of food, giveaways, entertainment, and more.
The highlighted celebrities for the event will consist of:
* 8th Wonder And1 Legend
* PosterBoy Streetball Legend
* Hugh Thornton Ex-NFL Atlanta Falcon
* Lenjo Kilo Professional Basketball Player
* Joshua Gunn Rapper
The late T.J. Dunaway is the friend and family member of David Garvin Jr., the Co-Founder of The Humbled Initiative. T.J. was known for his smile, his loving personality, and the strength that he showed through his fight with cancer. It is the hope of the Humbled Initiative that T.J.’s legacy will be passed on through his annual scholarship, game, and most importantly the recipients. The T.J. Dunaway Summer Classic tickets can be purchased at www.DunawayClassic.com. There are early bird specials along with VIP tickets available now. If you are interested in being a vendor, or volunteer you will be able to find that information on the Dunaway classic website.
The American Underground, in close partnership with Lincoln Financial Group, is hosting our second FinTech Feed. This FinTechFeed will feature Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos, a leading AI-powered facial recognition technology company. Brian will be talking through how to use free AI tools and methods for customer discovery and activation. After the talk we’ll break off for some facilitated networking and food/drinks!
Join us on the roof for a series of telescopic stargazing nights hosted by Morehead Planetarium and Science Center and Innovate Your Cool Conference. Stop by for guided constellation tours, music from DJ Mic Check, and celestial cocktail creations from the bar.
Views: Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars
An array of planets will promenade across the night sky this evening, concluding with the magnified red glow of Mars.
Free | Family Friendly
Would you like to maximize your marketing materials, learn brand strategy, and discover how to “brand” your small business better?
Join me for the next “Branding with Annie” workshop: JULY’S topic is BRAND VOICE for small businesses.
What’s your message? Are you telling a consistent brand story to clients? Discover what makes a powerful brand voice and how to start finding yours!
“Branding with Annie” features rotating topics on how you can improve your small business through branding and marketing. This popular monthly workshop series is hosted in-person in Research Triangle Park, NC. RSVP required: http://brandingwithannie.com
We know the hustle doesn’t stop because the sun goes down. Join us for an evening of late night coworking and get a taste of the Gridworks experience. Meet our members, potential collaborators, and others who are forging their own path.
We are kicking off our summer of startup pop-ups with our Ask Me Anything series. This month, we are featuring LaTasha Best-Gaddy of the Small Business Technology Development Center. She has 15+ years of experience in business development for small to medium-sized organizations. Her expertise is in strategy, finance and business operations. You’ll be able to sign up for a 20-minute session with LaTasha after you RSVP for the event!
This event is designed for small business owners, service providers, food entrepreneurs, creatives, freelancers, and those who are working on their first business idea. Come meet your fellow entrepreneurs and get your specific questions answered! Running a business gets easier when you’re part of a supportive and creative network.
Book Harvest and Scholastic are hosting the ultimate summer reading road trip event to celebrate “A Magical Summer of Reading.” In an effort to get kids reading this summer, the 2018 Scholastic Summer Reading Road Trip RV will offer kids and families the opportunity to participate in their very own “pop-up” reading festival and engage in fun reading activities.
There will be an activity tent filled with reading activities, a giveaway table, a prize wheel, and an appearance from Clifford the Big Red Dog! Hope to see you there!
The Monthly Mixer Series was created to bring together ImBlackInTech members, potential members and friends to mingle in a comfortable environment, share ideas, and build trust and rapport. The ImBlackInTech Monthly Mixer takes place on the third Tuesday of every month, for cocktails and conversations.