CS Institute 2018

In February, over 100 teachers from across the five boroughs of New York City attended CS4All’s Computer Science Institute, a four-day professional learning opportunity designed for teachers who want to infuse computer science (CS) concepts and practices into their classrooms.

CS4All Alumnus: Kevin Alvarez

CS4All intern Kevin Alvarez is a graduate of New York City public schools who is now studying computer science in college. An aspiring software engineer, Kevin will be interning with Google this summer. We asked Kevin to tell us more about his experiences with computer science.


Advanced Pathfinders Intern: Aniya Moise

This summer, Aniya Moise will graduate from Humanities Preparatory Academy in Manhattan and has the honor of being the valedictorian of her class. Aniya is also a alumni of CS4All’s Pathfinders and Advanced Pathfinders Internship Programs. We asked Aniya to tell us more about her experience with computer science and internships.

Advanced Pathfinders Intern: Emmanuel Jeffers

Emmanuel Jeffers has been a Pathfinders intern with the Computer Science for All team for the past two years. A fan of robotics and programming, he is leaving this summer to embark on his college journey at SUNY Polytechnic Institute where he is planning to major in computer science. We asked Emmanuel to share some thoughts on his experiences with computer science and CS4All.


Advanced Pathfinders Intern: Samier Serrano

After interning with CSNYC during his junior year of high school through the Pathfinders Internship Program, Samier Serrano joined the CS4All team as an Advanced Pathfinder for his senior year of high school. An avid JFK coin collector, video game player, and sports fan, Samier is planning to attend SUNY Geneseo in the fall. His dream is to work in cybersecurity, a combination of his interests in computer science and law enforcement. Samier shared his thoughts on computer science and the Pathfinders Internship Program, below.

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