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  • Dream it! Do it! 3ME Trailer– Multiple Dates in April and May! (Locations TBD later)
    All day
    April 1, 2020

    Check back frequently for updated locations!!

    Times run from 9am-2pm

    April Dates:

    Wednesday and Thursday 8th and 9th

    Tuesday and Wednesday 14th and 15th

    Wednesday and Thursday 29th and 30th.

    May

    Tuesday and Wednesday 12th and 13th.

  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 1, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 1, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 2, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 2, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 3, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 3, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Google Classroom Basics: Docs Edition
    All day
    April 4, 2020

    • Step-by-step instructions on creating a Google Doc in Google Classroom, including how to check spelling, add images, wrap text, and more
    • Interactive ways Google Docs can be used to engage students in advanced, collaborative learning opportunities within Google Classroom
    • How you can combine the power of Google Docs and Google Classroom to take these already amazing tools to the next level
  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 4, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 4, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 5, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 5, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 6, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • Math at Union Pacific Railroad
    4:30 pm-6:30 pm
    April 6, 2020

    1400 Douglas St, Omaha, NE 68179, USA

    1400 Douglas St, Omaha, NE 68179, USA

    Math Makes Trains Move

    Learn how Union Pacific Railroad applies math in its drones and engineering construction programs. This event is for Educators, Administrators and Pre-Service Teachers

    Registration Fee $5

    Enter code: STEMrocks5

    OPS Staff Only: OPS2020

    RSVP: stemtrail.unomaha.edu/register

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 6, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 7, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 7, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 8, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 8, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 9, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 9, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 10, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 10, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 11, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 11, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 12, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 12, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 13, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 13, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 14, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 14, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse **Due April 15th**
    9:20 am-11:00 pm
    April 15, 2020-April 15, 2020

    Essay Contest on the Meaning of Civil Discourse

    The Bill of Rights Institute rewards students who rise to the challenge of tackling some of the most compelling questions of our time. This year’s We the Students Essay Contest challenges students to tell what civil discourse means to them. Students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of 14 students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $19,000. In their essays, students must not only share their understanding of what civil discourse is meant to be but also relate what it looks like when it works—and when it does not—and why. Students are encouraged to bring emotion, creativity, specific examples (including current events), and well-researched facts into what they write.

    Deadline: April 15, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for essays

    Plus: The We the Students contest isn’t the only opportunity for students to win scholarships and prizes by taking on the crucial issues of the day. Every two weeks on the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote debate platform, students are invited to share their opinions on a current events–related question. Students who make the most persuasive case for their position win a gift card and a chance at a $1,000 scholarship at the end of the school year.

  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 15, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 16, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 17, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 18, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 19, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 20, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 21, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 22, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 23, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 24, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 25, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 26, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 27, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 28, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 29, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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  • MCC’s Code School
    5:00 pm
    April 30, 2020-October 29, 2020

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    The Mastercraft, 1111 N 13th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

    MCC’s Code School is a program that teaches solid technical knowledge through hands-on, full-stack development curriculum. We’ve built an outstanding team of expert instructors with vast industry experience. With a 5-1 student-to-instructor ratio, the MCC Code School guarantees extensive feedback and coaching throughout the program. Soft skills, including efficiency in working in team environments using Agile methodology are also a priority of this unique, nine-month course.

    Our second cohort begins January 23, 2020. MCC Code School will hold classes on evenings and Saturdays, allowing your employees to continue a full-time work schedule as they acquire new skills.

    Click the link above to apply now!

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