I'm a student at Brigham Young University studying Computer Engineering. I've been coding since high school and have experience with Java, C++, HTML, and Python. I love teaching people, so I've been working as a teacher's assistant for our entry-level computer science class. I think it's important to get kids excited about coding early, which is why I like being a teacher here. In my free time I like dancing and spending time outdoors.
Jordan is a student at Brown University studying Mechanical Engineering. He plays Ultimate Frisbee and is a member of his school's FSAE team, where he helps design and construct a formula racecar for an international competition. In his free time, Jordan loves to play guitar, read, and spend time outdoors.
I grew up in Menlo Park California and currently go to the University of Washington to study Applied Mathematics. I have been coding for about five years and work primarily in Matlab and SQL now. Growing up, I loved expressing creativity through Legos. I really enjoyed the structure and symmetry that they offered and I see a lot of creative parallels that can be accessed through coding. I think coding doesn't always have to be a rigorous activity (though it certainly can be). In my free time I like to hike, play sports, read and enjoy music.
As a student at Colby College, I am pursuing a major in biology with a neuroscience concentration and a computer science minor. My passions include running, volunteering, and, of course, the sciences. I am also highly interested in the intersection of computer science and medicine. My aim is to attend medical school and specialize in either psychiatry or neurology. However, if I wasn't planning on entering the medical field, it's highly likely that I would pursue a career in education, as I have a deep love of learning, teaching, and meeting new people.