Looking to transition to a career in tech or curious about tech careers? This FREE Intro to Coding Workshop for veterans is designed for those who are curious about coding, but who have very little or no coding experience. This workshop will provide you with basic programming terminology - like syntax (trust us, it’s an important one!) and give you the opportunity to practice basic programming ideas.
It's time for our first ever Monologue Meet-Up! This will be a monthly, free event. Have an audition monologue you are working on (does not have to be Shakespeare!)? Come to our meet-up and work through text and movement exercises with your piece, then have the option of doing it in front of the group to receive feedback. Come each month with a different piece, keep working on the same one, or drop in to individual nights. Let's help each other develop our work. Questions? Contact Katherine Mayberry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How has the health care systems fallen short for mental health needs? What does that mean for women, people of color, people with disabilities, and different sexual and gender identities? Join Alysha and the cast of “Don’t Mind Me” from Ebony Road Players for a short play and discussion about those of us who fall through the cracks in what society is truly lacking for those experiencing mental health needs.
Quick questions from designers lead to lasting impressions from mentors. We will be hosting an awesome event that brings emerging designers face to face with established mentors. But there’s a twist! You’ll only have 10 minutes!
This speed mentoring event will give designers the undivided attention and focused direction of mentors for ten minutes per rotation. You’ll have the chance to meet quite a few throughout the evening so gather your thoughts, ask your questions, and be inspired. Join AIGA WM for this special EMERGE Speed Mentoring event on Wednesday, October 9th.
Are you struggling to find an efficient way to manage your assets? Do you need solutions for sharing files and collaborating on projects? Is your workflow just in general need of a boost? We are here to help.
Join AIGA West Michigan at Little Space Studio for a discussion on digital asset management! We’re thrilled to bring in Matthew Patulski alongside several panelists to answer your nitty-gritty digital asset management (DAM) questions. Whether you’ve already established a system and are looking to make the most of it, or you have never used a DAM before and need direction on where to start—we’ll have answers and guidance for you.
Matthew Patulski is a Business Analyst and Project Manager in the digital asset management space. For the past 12 years, Matt has guided commercial, social, and cultural organizations through DAM selection and adoption processes. Names and details of our other panelists will be shared over the coming weeks.
Breakfast bites and coffee will be provided. When you register, you’ll be asked a few quick questions… the more information you provide us, the more equipped our experts will be to cover these details during the discussion. We hope to see you there!
Join us for a West Coast Swing lesson+dance, with a sprinkle of others styles of dances included.
When: Monday, September 9th
Time: Lesson 7-8pm, Open dancing 8-10pm
Location: The Harris building (provided by Little Space Studio)
Price: Only $10 for lesson & dance
If you are new to virtual reality, then this group is for you! Virtual reality, cool people, coffee and donuts. This week we'll be teaching the basics of making a web xr site using basic (html). you will need a laptop to follow along. What is web xr? click the link and see! https://aframe.io/aframe/examples/boilerplate/hello-world/
This summer CFG is FULL of determination to DO (MORE) GOOD!
Do you love giving back to your community? Do you like to collaborate with talented teams? You don't need to be a master web developer to help at Code for Good WM events. We look for volunteers who design, strategize, help with logistics, and more! Sound like you?
Sign up now to volunteer with the August Workshop for Good: we’ll spend a Saturday creating custom solutions that help local non-profits do their good work well.
Link to sign up to volunteer! - http://bit.ly/CFGVolunteer
Join us for the first of our FREE workshops in the comedic style of Commedia dell’Arte - physical comedy, slapstick antics, and zany characters abound in this ongoing series of workshops from CdA expert TJ Corbett. It’s a different workshop every time! Grow improv skills - maximize your character choices - let’s get whacky!
Code For Good will be hosting it’s second panel discussion, Lead for Good: Rising into Leadership, on Wednesday July 17th.
Emerging and rising leaders in our community are changing the face of leadership through their courage, innovation, and insight, and we look forward to hearing from--and learning with--these trailblazing voices:
Megan Hopkins, Executive Director of Safe Haven
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Angel Barreto-Cruz, Co-Founder of Loop Coding Center
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Kelsey Perdue, Assistant Technology Campus Director, Grand Circus
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Tracy Olmsted, UX Design Systems Lead / Digital Asset Management Program Owner at Amway
(Free food and beverages will be available.)
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