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Tech and computing contest open for Montana high school girls

September 28, 2017View for printing

For years, the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) has given national awards to high school girls. The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing is for young women with aspirations and achievements in technology and computing. This will be the sixth year that there also is a state contest just for Montana girls. The application window is between Sept. 1 through Nov. 6, and you can find the application here ... =cc38aee65e .

The contest is open to any interested female high school student. Past winners have included students from Absarokee, Anaconda, Arlee, Beaverhead County, Bozeman, Cascade, Cut Bank, Helena Capital, Helena High, Jefferson High, Libby, Missoula Big Sky, Missoula Hellgate, Missoula Sentinel, Noxon, Park County, Simms and Whitefish High School.


Montana Code Girls offers events and programs to Montana's girls and young women interested in technology. Whether it's learning to code through our Technovation Montana teams (check out the trailer below to learn more) or our girls-only weekend coding bootcamps, Montana Code Girls is on a mission to inspire and empower interest in STEM.
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