Ways of life have changed due to COVID-19. We remain at home to flatten the curve. We’ve made education and work possible through technology. And we’re mentally adapting to a different pace in life.

As we embrace the change, more resources are available online, making it an ideal time to learn new skills.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to code? Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), an FIU student organization for technology, is offering virtual workshops open to the community.

Yasmine Abdrabo, an executive board member of UPE and a computer science alumna, recalls how the organization canceled their events during the first week of remote learning. “It was too last minute to change everything online, but we needed to find a way to continue providing resources to our students and community,” Abdrabo says.

Abdrabo, along with the e-board members, grabbed a calendar, re-planned and converted all of their in-person workshops to virtual workshops.

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