CoderDojo aims to empower girls in world of tech

A free to download guide published by Microsoft and CoderDojo provides readers with tried and tested best practices for engaging girls with coding

5th November, 2017
Dojo attendee Chloe Walsh; Rosa Langhammer, CoderDojo Foundation; Microsoft employee Niamh Stockil, and Dojo attendee Emily Rock at a special Dojo event organised by Microsoft to mark EU Code Week

Microsoft and CoderDojo have unveiled a new guide, ‘Empowering the Future’, aimed at providing coding clubs and mentors with practical supports to help attract and retain more girls in dojos both in Ireland and across Europe.

The guide, which is free to download and print at coderdojo.com/girlsinitiative/, provides readers with practical tried-and-tested best practices which dojos have used successfully to engage girls and sustain their involvement.

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