The "HPI-Schülerkolleg" is a free annual program for students in grades 7 and above.
HPI offers a variety of camps for high school students. From the age of 16.
HPI supports Girls' Day to give young women an understanding of the opportunities offered by careers in the IT industry.
Coder Dojo is a club for kids and teens ages 5-17 who want to learn programming and have fun doing it.
Regularly in autumn, the Hasso Plattner Institute organizes an HPI Code Night for students interested in IT. From 16 years.
School students can use the educational platform openHPI to learn more, for example about the basics of the programming languages Python and Java as well as web page creation and microcontroller.
Every year in January, the Discovery Days takes place at the University of Potsdam
Here, the students deal with exciting STEM topics in a practical way and find out in which courses of study and professions these come into play.
At "Girls macht MI(N)T!", women from the STEM world explain STEM topics to schoolgirls and share their enthusiasm in workshops and events.
At Girls in Creative Tech, strong women present projects that combine artistic-creative work with technology in regular video tutorials - and are very easy to replicate.
During the tinkering days, teenagers deal with the multitude of digital and electronic tools and in this way gain an understanding of their structure, function and use.
The STEM Support Programs division regularly offers tasteMINT project weeks. All the information on this can be found here.
Jugend hackt is a program to promote young programmers in German-speaking countries. Under the motto "Improving the world with code", participants work together on projects.
CyberMentor is one of the largest online mentoring programs for girls in STEM subjects. Female students from 6th to 12th grade are accompanied by a mentor for one year.
Offered by the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and Femtec, which provides an insight into the various STEM subjects in a compact six-day program.
At Technovation Girls Germany, girls between the ages of 10 and 18 use self-developed apps to find solutions to social and environmental challenges in their living environment.
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