WPJAX Kids Virtual Meetup Exploring Space

WPJAX Kids Virtual Meetup Exploring Space and Web Development

Elizabeth Esther Elisha
Elizabeth Esther Elisha 2019

William and Aida Jackson, educators in Jacksonville,
Florida teaching STEAM skills to build digital leaders
leaders from Jacksonville.
WPJax Kids Meetup are virtual and free to the community,
teaching youth and teens the concepts of web development
and STEAM initiatives that influence future careers.
WPJax Kids is a virtual learning area for youth and
teens that meets once a month on the third Tuesday of
the month. The time for the virtual meetups is 5:00pm
to 6:00pm eastern standard time.
WPJax Meetup – https://www.meetup.com/wordpress-jacksonville/

WordCamp Jacksonville
WordCamp Jacksonville

A monthly meeting to have virtual fun learning about
creating content for web design, creating and building
digital content for social media postings and applying
Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math of STEAM
and with SPACEX and NASA.

80% of all careers will require some type of technical,
digital and virtual knowledge. Youth, teens and young
adults need to learn skills now to prepare them for
future careers and careers not created yet.

Digital Jobs Globally
Digital Jobs Globally

William Jackson, M.Ed. and Aida Correa-Jackson
educators in Jacksonville, Florida, members of the
WordPress and WordCamp global community share their
love for STEAM learning. The importance and value
of learning new skills and applying new knowledge
and a new way of thinking.

They’re veterans of teaching, speakers, content
developers and have spoken across the US, in
Canada, Central America and virtually.
Bringing their passion and skills to youth, teens
and even young adults to build future digital
creatives, innovators and dreamers.

To see and hear past presentations check out
the videos of past WPJax Meetup events.

To view William and Aida on WordPress.TV

William – https://wordpress.tv/?s=william+Jackson+
Aida – https://wordpress.tv/?s=Aida+Correa+

Kids working on their web sites
Kids working on their web sites