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Where can I find STEM related workshops?

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Arman’s Answer

Online self-learning course subscriptions have become very popular in tech, and at roughly $40 per month they can be a lot cheaper than bootcamps or university courses. I have had a great experience with https://acloudguru.com/ and highly recommend it to anyone that wants to learn textbook and hands on technology skills.
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Angela’s Answer

I would start by looking at your local college/universities websites for opportunities. I've seen a lot of STEM "bootcamps" that are put on by IT departments at a university. I know people that have done them and it's been a great experience. Some have even gotten hired for jobs after the sessions were completed!
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David’s Answer

I would start with looking up Maker Faires, Math and Science fairs or even local computing groups. You can often find local ones using meetup or O'Reilly (they manage a bunch of the Maker Faires). Which you pick will be influenced by your target areas of interest.
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Bronwyn’s Answer

Some resources:

https://star.berkeley.edu/search

https://star.berkeley.edu/resources/berkeley-institute-of-data-science-bids#

https://foothill.edu/sli/events/summer-seminars.html

Also: Consider teaching at a STEM summer camp for kids... looks like there are a lot of them in the Bay Area!
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Jai’s Answer

You can start exploring this website https://thestemworkshop.co.uk/, you can opt for paid calsses also there are plenty of resources in youtube and you can find it just by googling.
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