• Paul Fingleton

Girls Hack calls students to take part in free workshop

Girls Hack Ireland launches campaign to encourage teenage girls to get into STEM. The programme is brought about by the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, where it aims to introduce girls to the world of science, technology, engineering and maths in a fun and supportive way.


A free website workshop will be organised for girls, between 13 and 17 years old, on the 11th of March in DCU. It's planned to teach how to code and design a web site, a laptop will be provided for the attendees to use at the workshop


Parents can attend a similarly themed course on web design while their daughters are busy during the workshop.

‘We’re very excited to be running this workshop in March – we’re looking forward to meeting new girls and parents, and introducing them to the creative world of technology!’

- Dr Aoibheann Bird, Education and Public Engagement Manager, Insight Centre for Data Analytics

Students will be coming from all over the country and places are being snapped up quickly. You can find out more at http://girlshackireland.org/


Registration: Girls Hack / Eventbrite

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