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June 29, 2015

Local school teams taking part in 8th annual robot competition at Balboa Park

Del Mar Times Newspaper, June 2015 "More than 75 students from across California will participate in the eighth annual Autonomous Robotics Competition (iAROC) at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park. Student-programmed, Roomba-style robots will compete in races, challenges, and mazes on Saturday, June 27, and Sunday, June 28. Anyone with a Fleet ticket can watch this two-day competition from inside the museum.
June 24, 2015

Self-driving robot competition at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

La Jolla Patch, 2015

"Watch student-designed autonomous robots go through their paces with no human intervention.

The 8th annual International Autonomous Robot Competition (iARoC) is a friendly competition that will be held at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center on June 27th & 28th 10am-4pm.
June 1, 2015

Sarah Brown – Senior with a Passion for Computer Programming

92310 Magazine, June 2015 "Sarah Brown may seem like a typical Torrey Pines High School senior who enjoys the usual teenage girl pastimes. For example, she revealed, “I love all things entertainment – movies, music [Sarah plays the oboe], art, and books.”
March 6, 2015

Carmel Valley club members win awards for programming at CodeDay

Del Mar Times, March 2015 "Twenty-two teams of eager young programmers (more than 120 kids) gathered recently at CyberHive San Diego, a shared workspace incubator that delivers business and technical support to early-stage cybersecurity and high-tech companies. They gathered for CodeDay, a nonstop 24-hour sleepless sprint to produce the best computer program as determined by a team of local, professional judges.
January 13, 2015

The League: giving kids the power to code June Clarke heads an after-school program that teaches programming

The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 2015

"The League of Amazing Programmers is a nonprofit after school program that teaches kids the skill of computer programming. Students from grades 5 to 12 go to the Carmel Valley-based campus and work with professional programmers on everything from creating games to making mobile phone apps. June Clarke, 36, is the lead teacher at The League. The former software engineer left her private consulting company to take on the role of an educator.
The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers