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  • This old house is being remade into a springboard for minority women in tech

    Fast Company - 02/16/2018

    The [G]Code House founders imagine that the first class of 14 women, whom they will accept from local homeless shelters and disadvantaged schools, will live at the house for approximately two years, during which they’ll spend the first nine months taking classes both at the house and with local partner schools like Northeastern University; during that time, their rent at the house will be waived.

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