SummerWorks & Code Louisville are helping young women in Louisville learn valuable coding skills

 Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton with the Empowered students. | Photo by Tony Pacheco

Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton with the Empowered students. | Photo by Tony Pacheco

Insider Louisville: "In Louisville, one high school junior has devised a plan to provide young women an opportunity to learn coding skills while networking with local entrepreneurs and businesses.

Fourteen-year-old DuPont Manual High School junior Anjali Chadha introduced the nonprofit Empowered, which provides a seven-week coding class for young women in the Louisville area, in partnership with KentuckianaWorks’ SummerWorks program and Code Louisville."

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