The partnership will establish the first blockchain training program of its kind in the US which will branch into US states and beyond. The program will be available in Oakland, California, Atlanta, Georgia and in New York City, with plans to run in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The program will be a comprehensive entry in the blockchain system for young participants, including lessons in cryptocurrencies and the fundamentals of the blockchain. Students will be thrown in at the deep end with a hands-on approach, requiring that they participate and contribute to blockchain developer conferences around the globe, enabling them to turn theory into practice. Black Girls Code CEO Kimberly Bryant commented that:
“The ConsenSys team has consistently impressed me with their commitment to creating pathways for access and inclusion within the blockchain ecosystem and their passion for introducing these tools to the next generation of coders.”
Black Girls Code has even developed its own token, and since August of last year, 60 young black women involved in the program have been introduced to the workings of cryptocurrency and blockchain, with a view to increasing these numbers into hundreds in 2019.
The organization has huge targets and has stated that it wishes to train a million girls by the year 2040, becoming a high-tech version of the Girl Guides. One aim is to ensure that minority groups in fintech have a space to grow and flourish encouraging innovative outside investments into such groups.
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