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Girls Inc. of San Antonio promotes coding for Latina girls

Sara Inés Calderón | September 3, 2014

Girls Inc. of San Antonio is a non-profit with the aim to: “Inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.” We spoke with Amber Marcil, Special Events & Communication… more

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Heavy Heavy thrives in San Antonio’s startup scene

Heavy Heavy is a diverse, minority-owned studio that understands the commitment and risk it takes to become an entrepreneur, and what startups can do for the community.

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Central Texas Latino Entrepreneur Meet & Greet in San Marcos

The San Marcos meetup will be an opportunity for entrepreneurs in San Antonio and Austin to come together. Let's build a regional network!

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Girls Inc. of San Antonio promotes coding for Latina girls

Girls Inc. of San Antonio is set to promote coding for girls in town during the month of September.

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Silicon Valley the Spotlight at 2014 NCLR Conference

Technology is taking the center stage at the National Council of La Raza's annual conference this year. NCLR has created an entire STEM track that is set to include a keynote from Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg, a panel with Twitter and Google experts and a "Shark Tank" pitch session.

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Latina learns to code: JQuery, JavaScript, SQL & frustration

Learning to code has been a very humbling experience, one that’s teaching me how to learn in a totally different way, and I’m grateful for that.

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