On this episode we chat with Sarah Moran, cofounder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy, about how the organisation is working to bring more women into tech.
Girl Geek Academy has partnered with NAB to launch a cybersecurity workshop for primary school girls in the upcoming school holidays in Melbourne.
As the Australian games development industry goes from strength to strength, Girl Geek Academy has announced the launch of an all-woman game making hackathon, SheHacksGames.
Envato has expanded upon its existing sponsorship of Melbourne-based social enterprise Code Like a Girl, becoming a national partner to help the organisation further build upon its aim to get more Australian girls and women into the tech sector.
The organisation has also begun compiling resources around diversity and inclusion, highlighting best practice and programs to help community members with their own efforts to improve.
Girl Geek Academy has announced the launch of a scholarship, giving members an opportunity to take part in a course designed to help women gain technical skills, and in turn increase the number of startups founded by women.
Girl Geek Academy has announced the launch of its next SheMakes event, aiming to introduce more women to the concepts of making and wearables.
Over a hundred women came together to launch new startups across two events this weekend, with Sydney coworking community Fishburners hosting its Female Founders Hackathon and Girl Geek Academy holding its third annual SheHacks event in Melbourne.
Girl Geek Academy is calling for hipsters, hackers, and hustlers to apply for its third annual She Hacks event, a female-focused hackathon looking to bring together serial entrepreneurs and those making their first foray into the tech space and have them build new things.