On 30 October 2014 in Rome, DLI announced winners of the 2014 European Ada Awards. Join us here in congratulating the 2014 European Digital Girls of the Year, and read here the Press Release from our partners and sponsors about this great event!
***Congratulations to the 2014 European Digital Girls of the Year™!***
Ten and Under:
- Lauren Boyle (9) from Ireland:
9-year-old Lauren developed a site that was coded by a kid for kids. She mentors at Coderdojo in Ireland teaching kids Scratch, HTML, CSS, etc., and is also part of a group called Code for Ireland who meet and develop apps for community challenges and problems to assist government.
Eleven and Over:
- Manon Van Hoorebeke (11) from Belgium:
Manon is eleven years old and started coding with Scratch at a young age. She now actively coaches kids and especially girls to learn to code and be interested in technology by using Arduino. For two years, she has been promoting Coderdojo Belgium to reach more kids (and girls) to become interested in technology and STEM education. Her dream is to get more girls interested in technology and that more technology be taught at primary and secondary school.
Congratulations again to these very deserving winners, and thank you to our amazing partners and sponsors for making the 2014 European Ada Awards possible!
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