Events for Enrolled Families

October

Starts on October 4, 2021| Enrolled Students | High School
Title: Drone Flight with DARTdrones
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Highschool Students
Registration Dates: September 1, 2021 - October 8, 2021
Event Date(s): Starts on October 4, 2021
Description: Learn how to fly a drone! In this 10-week program , you can explore the career opportunities drone flight can provide, and develop a final flight video portfolio to showcase your experience. DARTdrones professional instructors will cover drone system orientation, the apps used to fly the aircraft, the autonomous flight modes built into the software of the aircraft, and emergency procedures to prevent a crash. Starts on October 4, 2021. Learn more.
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Starts on October 4, 2021 | Enrolled Families
Title: Drone FAA Part 107 Certification
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Families
Registration Dates: September 1, 2021 - October 8, 2021
Event Date(s): Starts on October 4, 2021
Description: Calling all adults with a student currently enrolled in a Stride K12-powered school! Ever dream of getting your FAA Certified Commercial Drone Pilot license? This 10-week DARTdrones program prepares participants to take the FAA Part 107 exam so you understand the material and fly with the confidence you need. Starts on October 4, 2021. Learn more.
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Starts on October 4, 2021 | Enrolled Students | High School

Title: Entrepreneurship with Youth With Impact
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Students
Registration Dates: September 1, 2021 - October 8, 2021
Event Date(s): Starts on October 4, 2021
Description: Are you a budding entrepreneur? In this 10-week program, students will get ahead on college and career by developing a business model, pitch presentation, and visual prototype. Learn real business tools and concepts including understanding competitors, marketing ideas, building advisory boards, and much more. Starts on October 4, 2021. Learn more.
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Starts on October 4, 2021 | Enrolled Students | High School
Title: Creative Storytelling with Photography
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Students
Registration Dates: September 1, 2021 - October 8, 2021
Event Date(s): Starts on October 4, 2021
Description: Bring your voice to life through pictures as you learn to hone observational and analytic skills by taking part in weekly group sessions, lessons from leading industry experts, discussion boards, and a unique photo essay project. At the end of the 10-week program, you will have a professional portfolio to help jump start a career. Starts on October 4, 2021. Learn more.
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Starts on October 4, 2021| Enrolled Students |High School
Title: Music in Coding
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Students
Registration Dates: September 1, 2021 - October 8, 2021
Event Date(s): Starts on October 4, 2021
Description: It's the intersection of sound and technology, where students will learn how to use block coding to create eight repetitive beats of music along with a visualization. In this 9-week program, you will customize different aspects of your program to create a final product that can be shared with family and friends as well as included in their professional portfolio. Starts on October 4, 2021. Learn more.
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Starts on October 4, 2021 | Enrolled Students | High School
Title: Playwriting: Page to Stage
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Students
Registration Dates: September 1, 2021 - October 8, 2021
Event Date(s): Starts on October 4, 2021
Description: Explore and engage with the elements of playwriting to create exciting and original One Acts. In this 9-week program, students will perform a staged reading of their plays at the end of the semester and the final written play can included in their professional portfolios. Starts on October 4, 2021. Learn more.
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Starts on October 4, 2021 | Enrolled Students | High School
Title: Mobile App Development
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Students
Registration Dates: September 1, 2021 - October 8, 2021
Event Date(s): Starts on October 4, 2021
Description: Create your own unique mobile app that can be run on Apple or Android devices. This 10-week program helps students kickstart their careers with useable skills and an app to include in their professional portfolios. Plus, they get to connect with peers across the country to share their passion for mobile development. Starts on October 4, 2021. Learn more.
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September 1- November 30, 2021 | Competition | Enrolled and Prospective Students | High School
Title: My Planet, My Neighborhood Innovation Challenge
Who Can Attend: Enrolled Students
Registration Dates: September 1- November 30, 2021
Event Date(s):
Description: Have a big idea about how to save the planet? In this nationwide competition, we want to hear from you! If you had the money and resources needed to implement your idea, how would you approach solving that issue? Tell us all about your idea—how would it work, how much would it cost, how many people would it help? We want to hear everything! Submit your idea before November 30th. Learn more.
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September 13-October 29, 2021 | Competition | Enrolled and Prospective Students | Elementary and Middle and High School
Title: My Community Photography Competition
Who Can Attend: Enrolled and Prospective Students
Registration Dates: September 13-October 29, 2021
Event Date(s):
Description: Our communities have a big impact on each one of us. Whether it be your school, your neighborhood, or your whole city, we want to know more about what makes your community special. Students in grades K–12 can show us through the Stride National Photography Competition. A panel including several professional photographers will select winners from across the country. Submit your photo by October 29, 2021 for a chance to win. Learn more.
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October 15, 2021 | Club | Enrolled and Prospective Students | Middle and High School
Title: The Nurse as Author
Who Can Attend: Enrolled and Prospective Students
Event Date(s): October 15, 2021
Time: 7PM ET
Description: In this session of the Stride Nursing Club, guest speaker Dr. Scharmaine Lawson, author and nurse practitioner, and Dr. Sherri Wilson, health careers program director for Stride, Inc., discuss the role of a nurse practitioner and the role advanced practice nurses play in addressing mental health. They will also talk about Dr. Lawson's book, Housecall 101, and how nurses can use their voices as authors to improve healthcare. Learn more.
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October 25, 2021 | Success Coaching | Enrolled and Prospective Students | High School
Title: Getting Ahead with Career Coaching: Success Coach Live Event
Who Can Attend: Enrolled and Prospective Students
Event Date(s): October 25, 2021
Time: 6:30PM ET
Description: TBD

November

November 16, 2021 | Club | Enrolled and Prospective Students | Middle and High School
Title: The Nurse as Educator
Who Can Attend: Enrolled and Prospective Students
Event Date(s): November 16, 2021
Time: 7PM ET
Description: In this session of the Stride Nursing Club, guest speaker Dr. Janina Johnson, director of academic programs at Chamberlain University, and Dr. Sherri Wilson, health careers program director for Stride, Inc., will offer advice on how aspiring nurses can best prepare for success in a nursing program. Dr. Johnson will share her personal journey and discuss the benefits and realties of becoming a nurse. She will also talk about the various entry points to a career in nursing and provide an overview of the Chamberlain University School of Nursing. Learn more.
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November, 2021 | Success Coaching | Enrolled and Prospective Students | High School
Title: Staying on Track - Tools and Tips: Success Coach Live Event
Who Can Attend: Enrolled and Prospective Students
Event Date(s): November, 2021
Time: TBD
Description: TBD

December

December 2, 2021 | Club | Enrolled and Prospective Students | Middle and High School
Title: Opportunities in Public Health Nursing
Who Can Attend: Enrolled and Prospective Students
Event Date(s): December 2, 2021
Time: 7PM ET
Description: In this session of the Stride Nursing Club, guest speaker Rear Admiral Aisha K. Mix, Chief Nurse Officer, U.S. Public Health Service, and Dr. Sherri Wilson, health careers program director for Stride, Inc., will discuss the role of a public health nurse and opportunities in public health nursing with the U.S. Public Health Service. They will explore how nurses can help in disaster preparedness and look at what nurses can do internationally to improve health outcomes. Rear Admiral Mix will also talk about leadership in nursing and share her personal leadership journey as well as her experiences as a nursing graduate from a historically black college or university. Learn more.
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