The Institute’s Andrea Villanes traveled to Lima, Perú this month to help introduce young people to computer programming using Python as part of PyCamp Teen Perú – a special workshop organized by Women in Technology Perú and sponsored by the Python Software Foundation. A native of Perú, Villanes is an active member of Women in Technology and a frequent volunteer who helps organize community events to educate schoolchildren about programming. At NC State, Andrea is studying to complete her Ph.D. in computer science while working as a research associate for the Institute.
Andrea Villanes speaking with students at PyCamp Teen Perú in December.
Andrea Villanes with a student at PyCamp Teen Perú.
Participants and organizers at PyCamp Teen Perú.