Thirteen – New York Public Media: “Paving a Path for Girls on NYC’s Digital Frontier”

. . . The event’s partners included Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, which presented a career panel; United Way of Essex and West Hudson, which opened the event to girls who may not have previously considered careers in technology; and the New York City Department of Education, including members of the Academy For Software Engineering, a new public high school that opens this fall in Union Square. Both Pace and United Way host high school outreach programs that target high school students and also try to create awareness around STEM.

 

 

. . . The event’s partners included Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, which presented a career panel; United Way of Essex and West Hudson, which opened the event to girls who may not have previously considered careers in technology; and the New York City Department of Education, including members of the Academy For Software Engineering, a new public high school that opens this fall in Union Square. Both Pace and United Way host high school outreach programs that target high school students and also try to create awareness around STEM.

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