In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll dive into how you can become the next open source contributor to the GitHub Classroom CLI, building commands that you can use to improve your workflow as an educator!
The student developer community is thriving thanks to hardworking student leaders like Josh Simpson. They organize tech talks, write tutorials, plan meetups, teach workshops, host office hours, produce hackathons, and more.
To encourage more students to become stewards of their campus technology communities we’ve created the GitHub Campus Experts program.
Starting today, we’re accepting Campus Expert applications from students. Successful applicants will receive training in public speaking, community leadership, technical writing, and software development from GitHub. As part of a network of technology leaders at universities around the world participants receive training and mentorship from GitHub employees, opportunities to participate in exclusive events, and support to help grow the local student developer community.
Becoming a Campus Expert is a great way to amplify your efforts as a student leader, get training and mentorship with the latest technologies, and gain experience relevant to a career in developer relations.
Learn more and apply to become a GitHub Campus Expert for your school.