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Code Girls United gets $50k to bring computer programming to Montana tribal communities

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Code Girls United, an organization based in Kalispell that brings free after-school computer coding and programming to girls, earlier this month was awarded a $50,000 state contract for a tribal computer coding pilot project.

The grant was made possible through House Bill 219. Introduced by Rep. Jonathan Windy Boy, D-Box Elder, HB 219 provides training and incentives to students in Native communities for computer coding and programming courses.

 

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