The purpose of these programmes is to train and inspire young women for future employment in the high-tech field, and to bring people from across diverse faith backgrounds together in order to increase diversity and gender balance in the IT field.
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Interfaith Coding partners with companies in the tech industry to run interfaith coding courses for young women from single faith schools.
Interfaith Coding is looking to expand its programme!
- Can you be a mentor to one of our students? Click here for further information about the mentorship role.
- Can you host a one-day or eight session workshop at your IT business or social enterprise?
- Are you a professional coding instructor and willing to teach these interfaith pupils?
Contact us: Rabbi Natan Levy on firstname.lastname@example.org
More information can be found on the Interfaith Coding website.
Students participating at the Interfaith Coding on 7th March 2017:
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