Digerati Girls Teaching Tech and Entrepreneurship to Young Girls

By Amanda Lewan on July 14th, 2013 / Comments

Across the state smaller organizations are popping up dedicated to teaching affordable classes on tech and entrepreneurship. Digerati Girls is growing fast and may be heading to your classroom in the future, teaching young girls programming, digital marketing, and business skills.

The non-profit now offers classes in Metro Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, and Miami, and with plans to expand globally to London, Tokyo, and Rio. Founded by Monica and Adrienne Wheat you can read about their program online at UIX Detroit.

Does your middle or high school have programs like this? What other tech and entrepreneurship training do you think Michigan needs?


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Amanda Lewan

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