Every Summer and Winter the Young African Women in Computing group (YAWiC) at the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) host coding workshops for female learners from mostly disadvantaged schools in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro. This year, we were once again…
We joined forces with the NMU Computing Sciences Department for this Season’s YAWiC Coding Camp. We were thrilled to be invited again in sponsorship for this wonderful and much needed initiative, which assists these young women in carving out their future careers.
We believe that our industry is built on the skills and innovations of our workforces. To this end, we partnered with Code4CT, a Cape Town-based charity, this Festive Season to ‘introduce 100 Girls to Code’.
SOLIDitech has once again joined the Nelson Mandela University Computing Sciences Department as a sponsorship of their 2018 Young African Women in Computing (YAWiC) Winter Coding Camp.
To give learning opportunities to those with limited resources, and to help develop future Software Engineers, SOLIDitech is proud to announce that we have extended our partnership with Code4CT with the introduction of the SOLIDitech Bursary.
To ring in 2018, on 19 January we invited Emma Dicks, Code4CT founder, and 3 charity ambassadors to visit the SOLIDitech offices. We wanted to meet some of the women benefitting from the charity, get to know them and show them exactly what we do.
SOLIDitech is a proud sponsor of NMU’s 2017 Young African Women in Computing Coding Camp. The objective is to expose young learners, whose schools do not offer Information Technology as a school subject, to IT, as a potential career.
SOLIDitech was built on the skills and innovations of our software team. To this end, we have partnered with Code4CT, a Cape Town-based charity, to give the gift of code to 100 girls this festive season. Visit our website to find out more about this exciting campaign and how you can help them too!