Inspiring Midlands students in the power of computing..

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Claire Conneely of Google’s Computer Science Education team (EMEA) said,

‘Google is pleased to once again collaborate with Midlands Science to provide computer science outreach for young people during Science Week 2019. Cultivating a future workforce that is ready for the fast pace and many changing faces of technology today requires a commitment from businesses in this industry to help prepare the next generation with the right technical skills, to get them excited about Computer Science and encourage more young people to pursue a career in this field. We develop activities that show students what computer science is and inspire them to use the power of computing to solve real world problems. It is important to Google to continue to play a key role in outreach and education across Ireland and we are looking forward to delivering a range of digital skills and coding workshops to more than 600 students and 200 teachers, parents and youth workers during the Midlands Science Festival this November.’