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6th Annual Emoti-Con! is the Premier Showcase of Digital Media and Technology Projects Designed by Youth for Social Good
Keynote Addresses Include Entrepreneurs and Technology Leaders: Anil Dash, Matthew Burnett, Tanya Menendez and Jessy Jo Gomez
NEW YORK, June 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released by the HIVE NYC Learning Network:
WHAT: More than 150 of New York City's brightest, most tech-savvy youth from across the five boroughs will gather at the 6th annual Emoti-Con! to present their digital media and technology projects.
These innovative projects have been designed to address pressing issues in their global, local and learning environments, and will be presented in a science-fair style competition to compete for awards in multiple categories including: Most Innovative, Most Potential for Social Impact, Most Entertaining and Best Pitch. Youth will have a chance to earn digital badges and receive valuable feedback on their work.
Examples of projects that will be showcased include:
Judges will include leading technology entrepreneurs, members of the media, and educators. Once the top five projects are selected by the judges, the final awards will be chosen by the youth attendees.
WHEN: Saturday, June 14, 2013, 12:00pm - 4:30pm
WHERE: New York Public Library Bartos Forum
(entrance on West 42nd Street between 5th and 6th Avenues)
Photos will be available following the event.
Learn more at http://emoti-con.org and follow our updates on:
About Hive NYC:
Mozilla Hive NYC Learning Network (Hive NYC) is a city-wide lab where educators, technologists and youth-development experts build and share innovative, connected educational experiences for young people. There are 55 member organizations, including museums, libraries, afterschool programs, code clubs and informal learning spaces. Together, these institutions create an ecosystem of opportunities for young people to explore their interests and develop key 21st-century skills. Network members have access to funding to support this work through The Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in The New York Community Trust. For more information, please visit http://www.hivenyc.org.
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