Join us for our monthly coding series, Sisters Learning Code! During our project-based workshop, you will get an introduction to website building in a fun, social, laid-back environment.
You’ve learned the basics of HTML/CSS and now you want to expand on your knowledge. Intermediate HTML & CSS is part 2 of our HTML/CSS series. It takes a deeper look at front-end design and development, expanding on what you’ve already learned.
Whether you are looking to up-skill your career or transition into the field of technology, become a front-end developer, design a personal website, or simply try something new, this class is for you!
Our Intermediate HTML & CSS workshop is designed to be a hands-on experience. During the session, you'll get to try building out a multi-web page with HTML and CSS on your own with the help of our amazing Mentors! In doing so, you will learn the following:
Techniques and concepts that are translatable to other programming languages
How to create a beautiful, rich multi-page website with images, and a CSS-defined layout
What resources are available if you’d like to continue learning at home (and we think you will)
How to Prepare:
No coding experience necessary
Wifi-enabled laptop is required (don't have one? We have a limited quantity. Borrow one from us)
Download software application Sublime Text onto your laptop
Please familiarize yourself with Philly Tech Sistas Code of Conduct
Must be 18 years or older
Do you need financial assistance to attend? View phillytechsistas.org/financial-aid for more information.
5:1 student to mentor ratio with an amazing lead instructor
Great venue with a fun, social, inclusive learning environment
Lunch. If you have any dietary restrictions please email us. We'll try our best to accommodate as best we can!
Event hosted and sponsored by Azavea
About Philly Tech Sistas
Philly Tech Sistas is an organization aimed at helping women of color gain technical and professional skills in order to work, thrive, and move up in the tech industry throughout Philadelphia. We do this by providing intro to programming workshops and professional development events that build leadership, confidence and community.
Our intent is to increase diversity amongst the tech industry by supporting women of color in STEM fields. As such, our paid workshops and scholarship opportunities are targeted toward people of color who identify as women, non-binary, or gender non-conforming and want to take part in a female-identified environment. In a society where women of color collectively only make up about 8% of the tech industry, it is important to us that we provide safe, fun, social, spaces where women of color can come together, learn from each other and not feel marginalized. If you'd like to learn more about why it's important for underserved groups to have safe spaces you can read this article.
Azavea believes in the power of technology to improve communities and our planet. Since 2001, we have been stretching the possibilities of geospatial technology to enable our clients to answer complex questions in a wide range of domains: urban ecosystems, water, infrastructure planning, economic development, public transit, elections, public safety, energy, and cultural resources management, to name a few.
Philly Tech Sistas does not offer refunds. If you need to cancel for any reason, you may arrange with another attendee to sell your ticket to you them. Once sold or exchanged, email us to confirm the transfer. If the class is rescheduled, moved to a different location, or canceled by PTS, all participants will be refunded.