Welcome To California's Year-Round, Statewide Computer Science (CS) Professional Learning Program
Seasons of CS is a research-backed professional learning model for K-12 educators, paraprofessionals, administrators, and counselors who are interested in bringing computer science to their students. The goal of this program is to expand systematic capacity for equitable, scalable, and sustainable computer science education in California.
Register now for your FREE summer workshop and earn $175 a day!
No computer science experience is necessary. Everyone can teach computer science!
Due to capacity constraints, you may register for only one workshop.
Deadline: Wednesday, May 10th at 11:59pm
Both in-person and virtual Summer of CS workshops are available for all grades K-12. Most workshops are 3-day or 5-day workshops. Academic year support is also included at no cost. Classroom educators and paraprofessionals will receive a $175 per day (6 hours) incentive for active participation. Due to capacity constraints, you may register for only one workshop. Scroll down to see workshop descriptions.
Questions? Review our FAQ, check out this overview slide deck, view the March 1st Office Hours zoom recording, or contact us at email@example.com.
Already registered and need to modify or cancel your Summer of CS registration? Please email your request to SeasonsOfCS@cdefoundation.org.
Every student deserves a high-quality education that teaches problem-solving and critical thinking — foundational skills taught in every computer science course.
Unfortunately, students of color, girls, and students in low-income and rural communities do not have access to the same high-quality computer science education as their peers — and these inequities are unacceptable.
Inequitable access to early computing exposure, in combination with a lack of support to pursue computing, often restricts and deters students historically excluded from the field.
Seasons of CS is funded by the California Department of Education and the Educator Workforce Investment Grant (EWIG). The Educator Workforce Investment Grant (EWIG) in Computer Science was awarded to UCLA and its CSforCA coalition, along with the CDE Foundation and Sacramento County Office of Education to implement Seasons of CS professional learning program across California's Statewide System of Support.