WEGC well represented at NZ Open Source Awards 2016

 

Amelia Cordwell and Lana Cleverley, as the clever creators of ‘Ignite’, a house points game, were finalists in the NZamelia-and-lana Open Source Awards (category of Education, Social Services and Youth). This is the first time any school-age students have been nominated, let alone finalists, in these awards which have been runnialeishang since 2007.

We also had our 2015 Tech Prefect, Aleisha Amohia, a finalist in the ‘Open Source Contributor’ award for contributions to Koha. She is also one of the first two recipients of Catalyst’s Open Source Scholarship awards.The future opportunities awaiting these girls are tremendous.

 

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