West Virginia University at Parkersburg, in partnership with FirstEnergy, held the first Teen Tech Academy from July 30 – August 2 at the WVU Parkersburg Workforce and Economic Development building.
Participants were allowed the opportunity to learn about computer science and technology and security, Raspberry Pi 3 and Raspbian Operating Systems, Python code language used in app, game, and web development as well as install a Linux virtual machine. Students received a personal Raspberry Pi to take home.
For more information on upcoming events at WVU Parkersburg Workforce and Economic Development, contact Logan Mace at ude.puvwnull@ecaM.nagoL or 304-424-8000 ext. 606.