With so much information packed into one evening, it was hard to capture only one or even three interesting points. I found ten instead.
On Tuesday, April 30, The National Coalition of Negro Women launced, #GIRLTECH, a conversation with professionals who may not have started in the technology field but found their passion has led them to companies or organizations where technology plays an important role.
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Parents and students are invited to learn about interesting opportunities from an array of dynamic speakers at Cision, receive a tour, and a panel Q & A with Valerie Lopez, Vice President of Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Cision.
This campus is beautiful! Can’t wait to come back tomorrow for the first Black Girls Code – Chicago workshop! Follow the hashtag online for updates on the newest addition to the #ChiTech scene for youth!
The Chicago Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers hosted a day-long event today for students ranging in age from 5 to 17. When we reached the speed networking session, I thought, “Well, I guess I’ll have to skip this part.” But the moderator insisted that another girl (who is a social worker) and…