Australian and New Zealand schoolgirls as young as nine have pitched their apps to top executives and engineers in Silicon Valley as part of the Brisbane-founded Tech Girls are Superheroes program.
A record 2000 schoolgirls from 73 Victorian schools have participated in a Melbourne tech event designed to encourage them to take up a career in the technology sector.
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.
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