Data scientist is now the highest-paying job for students graduating with a bachelor’s degree in the United States and is projected to grow from a $138.9 billion market in 2020 to a $229.4 billion market by 2025. However, experiences with data are rare in today’s K-12 classrooms and curriculum.
This program will introduce pre-college students, grades K-12, to foundational data science concepts and examples of data science careers across industries with a combination of workshops and presentations, divided into three levels for age-appropriate content. Parents are encouraged to attend!
Past Speakers & Sponsors
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Virtual Event Platform
Get to know fellow attendees, speakers and sponsors in virtual rooms that are designed by mutual interests and goals -- fostering intentional connections that go beyond small talk.
Just like the real thing! Complete with a chat feature alongside the live talks to chat with fellow attendees, ask questions and comment alongside the mainstage.
To find cutting edge data science applications and tools, learn about open job roles, and get conference SWAG, of course.
Private speaker rooms to keep the conversation going after presentations, panels, demos and workshops.
About Data Science Connect
Data Science Connect is the largest data science organization in the Southern United States, and one of the most recognized data science communities in the world.
This year, 7,000+ data scientists, thought leaders, engineers, software architects, data teams, managers and executives from 60+ countries will gather virtually (and hopefully in person, too!) to discover the latest in data science applications, technologies, languages, platforms, and tools.
DSC has connected the data science community since 2012. Organizations that participated in past DSC events include NASA, Google, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, LexisNexis, Equifax, AT&T, FedEx, Coca-Cola, Facebook, Verizon, eBay, Target, BMW, Dell, Cox Enterprises, Oracle, and many more!