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As a nonprofit, we rely on contributions to ensure all Maine people have access to quality Computer Science education that provides them with the knowledge and skills required for a career and economic success.

By donating, you can help support Computer Science education in Maine. To donate to Project>Login, please click on the donate now button below and select Project>Login from the drop-down list.

Interested in specific sponsorship opportunities for supporting the Summer Institute? Click here for more information or email Angela.
Program & Partner Updates
CSTA National Conference (Virtual)
CSTA's Annual Conference is a chance for computer science teachers to come together for learning, networking, and fun.

July 14-16, 2021
Maine App Challenge Award Ceremony
There were 39 submissions in all with a total of 41 student participants (2 teams of 2).

The ceremony date is scheduled for 6/23 at 5:00 PM.
Thank You to HighByte
Thank you to HighByte for being the exclusive technology sponsor of of Girls Who Code pilot project (sponsorship opportunities are still available).
Educate Maine is turning 10!
To celebrate our 10 year anniversary we are reaching out to the broader community to gather stories and highlights from the past 10 years.
CSTA New England Conference
Participants will have the opportunity to interact with experts in the field, and discuss concerns, ask questions and share their own innovative ideas.

Oct. 16 (Virtual) 
Stem Readiness in Maine
Project>Login intern Joe Sanderson recently completed a report on STEM Readiness in Maine.

The report overviews on current landscape conditions and recommendations for the state.
CS Summer of Fun Professional Development
Project>Login will be offering a CS Summer of Fun Professional Development the week of August 9-13. Workshops will include topics including Microsoft TEALS, LoisLabs, CS Robotics for PK-6, Getting Started with CS First, and much more! Sign up below to be notified when registration goes live. Professional Development
Applications are still being accepted for the Professional Development Program. Computer Science Professional Development is available for both middle school and high school teachers.
Tech Summer Camps and Meetups