Girls Hack Ireland are coming to Wexford on the 12th of March, and they’re bringing their innovative workshop for teenage girls with them. Girls Hack Ireland specialise in creating innovative, creative and fun events for teenage girls, that are based on science, technology, engineering and maths. This will be the first of three workshops to be delivered in Wexford this year.
On the 12th March, from 2pm – 5pm, Girls Hack Ireland will be inviting teenage girls to the Wexford Chamber, Hill Street, to participate in a workshop on designing and building their own websites. Girls under 16 will need to be accompanied by a parent/guardian – and the parents/guardians will have the option of attending a parallel, similarly themed workshop themselves, courtesy of Coding Grace. It’ll be a supportive, relaxed afternoon of learning for both teens and guardians, it’s entirely free of charge, and all equipment (including laptops) will be provided. Participants will need absolutely no previous experience in web design or coding. Tickets must be booked in advance via the website: www.girlshackireland.org