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Google to support EU Code Week projects

Wednesday 8 October 2014 | 14:41 CET | News
Google has announced the details of its participation in the European Commission's Europe Code Week taking place from 11-17 October. As part of the project to encourage more school age students to learn about computing, Google is providing a series of grants to organisations running events in nearly a dozen countries, from Spain to Slovenia. In Seville, the Programamos project will teach 100 students to code, while in Athens Google is supporting coding workshops for underprivileged girls with Greek Geekettes. Other projects range from Atelier-Gouter du Code, which is bringing coding workshops

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Categories: IT
Companies: European Commission / Google
Countries: Europe
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