Dartmouth Undergrad to Go after Job as Software program Developer
Shareholder’s Enthusiasm to Develop Tech Tools for Yup’ik Learners
Storyknife, March/April 2022 version
Emilie Cimiciaq Hopkinson, a Calista Shareholder born in Anchorage with village ties to Hooper Bay, needs to go after her passion for coding to deliver examine equipment for Yup’ik learners of all ages. She is now pursuing a degree in Laptop or computer Science modified with Electronic Arts from Dartmouth College or university in Hanover, New Hampshire.
“I was encouraged by the write-up ‘Two Yup’ik Engineers Staff Up to Construct Groundbreaking Yugtun Engineering,’” Hopkinson suggests. “I would like to more this movement.”
She is established to graduate from Dartmouth this June, with the purpose of pursuing a master’s in Computer Science at Dartmouth to obtain a lot more coding practical experience. Following finishing her diploma, she programs to operate in application improvement to code games and design and style electronic art for on the internet online games and internet sites.
“I would like to work with my grandma, who teaches Yup’ik at local faculties, to develop and convey more Yup’ik applications on-line.” – Emilie Cimiciaq Hopkinson, a Calista Shareholder and 2022 Dartmouth Grad
“I would like to deliver additional inventive applications to the retail outlet in the next decades,” Hopkinson claims. “I would enjoy to do the job with my grandma, who teaches Yup’ik at neighborhood faculties, to develop and convey additional Yup’ik tools on the web.”
Finishing a diploma from an Ivy League school is not just a walk in the park. Hopkinson is a Calista Education and learning and Lifestyle, Inc. (CECI) scholarship receiver. She claims the scholarship alleviates some of the strain on campus and permits her to substantially aim on her coursework.
“I am at Dartmouth to make my spouse and children happy,” she claims. “I would adore to thank my mom, Marylu Williams, and my grandma, Virginia Could. They have proven me a ton of like and support, without which I would not be wherever I am nowadays.”
The mission of Calista Training & Tradition, Inc. is to celebrate and market Yuuyaraq, the conventional/cultural way of staying in the Calista Region which inspires and encourages our men and women to accomplish their goals by means of education.
Calista Schooling and Society is hosting the 21th Once-a-year Golfing Tournament on Wednesday, June 29. The match raises scholarship money to reward pupils with ties to the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta—just like Emilie!
The match is probability to perform golfing for a good cause—with a $10,000 gap in a person income prize!
Sign up to enjoy or evaluate sponsorship opportunities by Friday, June 3 at CalistaEducation.org.