Curriculum Committee is the cornerstone of ANova. We create, optimize, and maintain the curriculum taught by our members and Curriculum Committee members are often the site leaders at their respective schools.
The Events Committee is in charge of hosting ANova Hacks: a beginner hackathon that provides mentorship and guidance as students use skills learned in the classroom to create solutions for problems in our everyday lives. Events Committee also hosts workshops to enhance learned material, and collaborates with tech companies to provide campus tours.
The Outreach Committee is responsible for organizing and hosting info-sessions and other events with top tech companies as well as securing funding from outside sponsors for transportation and our hackathon, ANova Hacks.
Publicity Committee handles creating any material for publicity including flyers, event banners, and social media content. Members of Publicity Committee will also act as historians for the club, attending club events and sites as photographers.
Technology Committee is responsible for building and maintaining the ANova website. Current projects include an online member portal and an attendance app members can use to check-in at sites. We will also look to outsource our skills to build projects for schools.
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Are you a UC Berkeley student who is passionate about computer science and education? Join one of our committees by applying.