Apple celebrates International Women’s Day with a series of “Today at Apple” courses

According tomedia outlet Apple Insider, Apple is encouraging women’s creativity and will hold a series of new “At Apple” courses throughout March. In preparation for International Women’s Day on March 8, Apple has arranged some new “Today at Apple” interactive courses to inspire women’s creativity. The new course will be held at Apple retail stores on March 1 and end on March 31.

Courses include “Product Skills: Part 1 of Mac” and are designed to teach new Mac users the basics of Mac. Learn how to set your system preferences and browse Safari and Mail. As with all “At Today Apple” courses, Apple encourages users to bring their own Macs, but if not, will provide one.

“Product Skills: Part 2 of the Mac” has been expanded in previous courses to provide users with professional tips on organizing Macs and improving efficiency. Some Apple Stores will host special events for their stores. Apple Williamsburg in Brooklyn will host Mariah Lidey and Naomi Hirabayshi, self-help health entrepreneurs and creators of the app Shine. The experiment, called “Design Prototypes,” will guide participants through the prototyping of the application and provide insight into how it feels to be a technocrat.

The Apple retail store on Third Walk Street in Santa Monica will host Courtney Hoffman, who will share her experience as a fashion designer. People in the Role and Clothing lab will have the opportunity to sketch with Hoffman on the iPad and Apple Pencil.

If you are interested in attending these meetings, people can check the retail page of the local Apple Store for specific dates and times.