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The Tech Test Tutor page has been updated to include links to spreadsheet and coding tutorials. [http://sesfoundation.org/techtesttutor/] These are the skills needed for graduates to be competitive in the global job market. The tragedy is these subjects are not being taught in our middle schools or high schools. SESF is stepping up to the challenge and will be offering boot camps on these subjects in 2014 when high-tech class rooms come available at the Helling Library Collaborative Technology Center. Watch for more details.
Details on the Collaborative Technology Center can be found HERE: Nevada County Collaborative Technology Center Overview
The Sacramento Bee has the story:
UC Berkeley student from Grass Valley named as Rhodes Scholar
A Grass Valley resident is one of 32 university students nationwide who will be going to University of Oxford in England next fall on a Rhodes scholarship.
Daniel A. Price, 21, had a feast with friends and popped champagne Saturday night, after learning he was named a Rhodes Scholar. The senior at University of California, Berkeley, will pursue a master’s degree in bioengineering, with a focus on medical devices and global health.
“It hasn’t even settled in yet,” Price said from Berkeley on Sunday afternoon. “I never considered it as a reality. My friends and family were encouraging, but I was telling them not to get my hopes up.”
Price will graduate from UC Berkeley in spring with a bachelor’s of science degree in bioengineering, and one in electrical engineering and computer sciences. He also has a minor in physics.
A 2009 graduate of Bear River High School in Grass Valley, Price said he phoned his parents, Eric and Dana Price of Grass Valley, with news of the award Saturday night.
In 2009 Daniel Price competed in the SESF Sponsored TechTest2009. He was award a second place merit scholarship of $4,000 dollars. Congratulation to Daniel Price on being selected a Rhodes Scholar.