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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.

Interested in specific sponsorship opportunities for supporting the program and current initiatives?

 Click here for more information or email Angela.

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In partnership with the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, we are proud to announce the following pathways for the 2023 CS Summer of Fun! Spend the week with us and learn how to integrate computer science into your K-12 classrooms. Join us for the whole week or pick and choose days (K-8 only) as they fit your needs!

K-8 Computer Science Integration Monday-Thursday:

On-Campus Overnight OR Commuter Pay Per Day Model

  • Monday: Computer Science Fundamentals
  • Tuesday: CS Sandbox- tools of physical computing
  • Wednesday: SCRATCH
  • Thursday: Integration Day

Middle School Level:

  • Professional Learning Program: Monday-Friday
  • On-Campus Overnight
  • Computer Science Discoveries

High School Level:

  • Professional Learning Program: Monday-Friday
  • On-Campus Overnight
  • Computer Science Principles
  • AP® Computer Science A
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Apply now for's Professional Learning Program!

Teachers who apply and are accepted to the program commit to the following:

  • Attend a five-day, in-person summer workshop in Maine at UNE July 24th-28th, 2023
  • Attend four quarterly workshops throughout the academic year (in-person and virtually) between October and April.
  • Teach the course during the 2023-24 school year
  • Support the recruitment and enrollment of a diverse group of students in the course, representative of the school's overall student population

Applications are open and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 

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Program & Partner Updates

Maine is selected as one of 7 new states in the ECEP Alliance and our Project>Login Director, Angela Oechslie, is on the state team!

Maine joins 28 other states and Puerto Rico in the Expanding Computing Education Pathways Alliance. With the support from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and, the ECEP Alliance will work with these new states to improve equitable capacity for, access to, participation in, and experiences of quality computing education. Click here to learn more!

RiSE Center Conference on STEM Education and Related Research

June 26–27, 2023

Wells Conference Center

University of Maine, Orono

Integrating Research and Practice: Engaging Students with Authentic Research and Problem Solving in STEM

Additional conference details can be found here.

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Conference cost: $600 (standard registration + lodging)

  • $450 registration fee ($150 for UMaine faculty/staff, $75 for UMaine MST/STEM Ed PhD students)
  • $150 lodging fee (Monday night lodging in a local hotel)
  • Registration is open through June 5.

PK–12 STEM-discipline teachers:

  • If your school or district has agreed to pay for this professional learning opportunity, you can select “Invoice (Enter School or District Billing Info)” at checkout.
  • Participating Maine STEM-discipline teachers will receive a stipend of $288 and 11.5 contact hours.


Employer Summit

May 23, 2023

8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Augusta Civic Center

Space is still available for the rescheduled ‘Reach: The Maine Employer Summit’ on May 23, 2023, at the Augusta Civic Center – and the full-day event is just $45 ($25 virtual)!

Note: You do not need to do anything if you are already registered for the summit. Your registration has been transferred to the new date & location.

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What is it?

A one-day event for employers looking for resources and solutions to reach workforce goals hosted by the State of Maine in partnership with the State Workforce Board.

Who should attend?

Employers who are looking for resources and solutions to workforce challenges.

Why attend?

  • Connect with other employers, government agencies, and State of Maine resources to help with workforce opportunities
  • Discuss how to break down barriers to attracting & hiring specific communities
  • Share best practices, challenges, and innovations in creating a more inclusive, sustainable workforce

We are excited to launch a new series of online workshops to prepare Haystack students, faculty, and TAs for utilizing the Fab Lab during their time at Haystack. These workshops are intended to help build the skills necessary to take advantage of all the digital fabrication resources.

All workshops are going to be facilitated via Zoom meetings, where participants can ask real-time questions, follow along, and interact with a live instructor.

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Girls Who Code

Sign Up to Volunteer Today

Educate Maine is the Community Partner for Girls Who Code in Maine, and we provide additional resources to schools, libraries, and organizations looking to start a Girls Who Code Club.

P>L is looking for local "Women-in-Tech" spotlight speakers, project mentors, and co-facilitators. There are opportunities locally and nationally as well.

Registration is now open for 2023 Girls Who Code summer camps

in Skowhegan, Brunswick, Portland and Bangor. Stay tuned for more information regarding camps in Caribou, Augusta and Biddeford! Visit our website to register for existing camps today and stay up to date!

Project>Login Podcast

The Project>Login Podcast features Mainers working in technology jobs across the state. This podcast is a career exploration tool and follows an informational interview format. We're looking for professionals from across Maine to feature!

Check out our most recent episode with Anthony DeBery, COO of Garrand Moehlenkamp!

Featured Internship

DevOps Summer Internship

Do you want to experience the day-to-day development practices of a high-tech software company? This is the internship for you! Our interns will be a valuable resource conducting research, coding, and testing of new products. To ensure that this is a well-rounded, real-world experience, our interns will receive guidance from a Development Manager and participate in team meetings while working on exciting projects and developing professional skills in an eclectic, casual environment.

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Upcoming Events

Interested in a career in the aerospace industry?

Check out Spirit Aerosystems hiring event on May 19th!

Maine Space Conference

November 5-7 2023

Holiday Inn by the Bay Portland, ME

Early Registration open now through September 1, 2023

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In April 2022, the Maine Legislature enacted and the Governor signed into law a bill to establish the Maine Space Corporation, a quasi-state body to manage the growth and the development of the Maine Space Complex to engage Maine in the growing global new space economy.

The conference session themes will include the future of space, the Maine space complex, and Maine's aerospace industry.

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