Fri, Dec 11 | Virtual Event

Guinness World Records Computer Science Official Attempt

Be part of history to set the Guinness World Records for "Most Users To Take An Online Computer Programming Lesson in 24 Hours". You only need to take a 30-min lesson and have 24 hours to do ... IT'S THAT EASY.
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Guinness World Records Computer Science Official Attempt

Time & Location

Dec 11, 2020, 8:00 AM EST – Dec 12, 2020, 8:00 AM EST
Virtual Event

About the Event

Description: The Michigan Accelerate CS group (powered by Accelerate4KIDS™) will be attempting to set the Guinness World Records for "Most Users To Take An Online Computer Programming Lesson in 24 Hours". The event is to unite the community through a common goal during National Computer Science Education Week. The virutal event will starts on Friday, Dec 11 at 8AM EST and ends on Saturday, Dec 12 at 12AM EST. Anyone ages 10-60 yo can participate and learn how to code or refresh their programming skills with JavaScript. It only takes 30-minute to complete but you have 24 hours to do so ... it's that easy. There are 3 ways of registering at www.MiAccelerateCS.com:

  1. Register as an Educator/Teacher and enroll your Students
  2. Register as an Adult and have the option to Volunteer to make history
  3. Register as a Minor/Student and get your Parents/Guardians consent

Date: Friday, December 11, 2020

Time: 12:01am-11:59pm EST

Location: Virtual 

Email: hello@accelerate4kids.org

Registration Link: www.miacceleratecs.com