Gensuite Assists with HackCarey Event to Promote Computer Literacy

Gensuite Assists with HackCarey Event to Promote Computer Literacy

EHS Software Gensuite Promote HackCarey Computer Literacy

BALTIMORE, Maryland – HackCarey is an annual event hosted by Johns Hopkins Carey Business School students to promote computer literacy among Baltimore high school students. The event is sponsored and supported by notable technology companies. This year, Gensuite LLC donated 3 laptops to this worthy cause.

The mid-December event is a one day programming class for Baltimore high school students to learn how to code. Students spend the day learning HTML and JavaScript to build their own video game. The event is designed to expose high school students to technology careers through hands-on coding and app development. The 25 students in attendance came from three main high schools- one of which is an all-girl school.

Dan Givol, the creator of HackCarey, stated, “Our vision is to position Baltimore as a hub for high-tech by nurturing talent at all levels. We see a great potential in Baltimore, and believe that we can promote job growth and prosperity by providing youth more opportunities in technology.”

We hope that HackCarey will inspire these talented students to develop their programming skills and perhaps even check out opportunities at Gensuite in the future!

For more information about the event, click here.

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