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Trinity initiative receives $100,000 from Salesforce

CodePlus seeks to address the issue of female participation in tech using a two-strand approach

8th April, 2018
Jim Green of Salesforce, Richard Bruton, Minister for Education and Skills, and Dr David Dempsey of Salesforce

CodePlus, developed as part of the Bridge21 project in Trinity College Dublin, has received $100,000 in funding from Salesforce.

CodePlus seeks to address the issue of female participation in tech using a two-strand approach. First, it provides in-depth, week-long female-only coding workshops, held on-site or in partner girls’ schools, and secondly through female computer engineers and IT professionals who visit all-girls’ schools to provide insights into careers in tech.

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