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Apps for Summer Professional Development with the Beauty and Joy of Computing due June 1 (CS Principles)

Posted By Lauren Mock, Monday, May 14, 2018


The Beauty and Joy of Computing is accepting applications to its computer science principles summer professional development workshops through June 1. Don't miss out on this opportunity!

BJC is a College Board endorsed curriculum and professional development provider for the AP Computer Science Principles course. The cost of the workshop is only $75 and includes all materials and ongoing support and mentorship throughout the school year by our BJC Master Teachers. Teachers who complete the requirements will be eligible for a $500 stipend, and additionally, reimbursements for travel, lodging, and meal expenses. Attending a BJC PD workshop is the equivalent of attending an AP Institute because we are a College Board endorsed PD provider.


PD Workshop Dates and Locations:

  • June 25 - 29 at El Camino College / Torrance, CA (SoCal)

  • June 25 - 29 at Colorado School of Mines / Golden, CO

  • June 25 - 29 at West Charlotte High School / Charlotte, NC

  • July 9 - 13 at Harvey Mudd College / Claremont, CA (SoCal)

  • July 23 - 27 at Kean University / Union, NJ (near NYC)

  • July 23 - 27 at Northern Kentucky University / Highland Heights, KY

  • July 30 - Aug 3 at University of California, Berkeley / Berkeley, CA (NorCal)

  • Aug 6 - 10 at George Mason University / Fairfax, VA


Find more information at

Apply for a regional BJC PD by June 1 at


Questions? Feel free to reply to this or contact us at


We hope to see you this summer!


Lauren Mock

Program Manager

The Beauty and Joy of Computing |

University of California, Berkeley

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