The Girl Geek Academy’s flagship program #SheHacks, which launched as a global first in 2014, is now running statewide across Victoria in 2020 from February to April.
A number of Australian technology companies, led by the charity StartupAUS, have called on the Federal Government to make four changes in the encryption law that was passed last year.
The Girl Geek Academy is set to launch the next phase of its #MissMakesCode teacher training programme and coding curriculum to target girls aged five to eight.
The National Australia Bank has partnered with Girl Geek Academy as part of a move to retain the best talent and to enhance the technical capabilities of its employees while pursuing its aim of getting more women into technology.
Five young Australian women have launched Girl Geek Academy, a new startup aiming to teach one million women how to build apps and create startups by 2025.
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