DTech Students Code for Community

This summer, the Duke Technology Scholar program launched HackDTech, a hackathon through which nearly 60 young women gained coding experience and raised more than $5,000 for dozens of organizations working toward racial justice.

The DTech students, divided into 18 teams, rose to the hacking challenge putting their heads together – virtually — to develop creative and socially conscious mobile apps, in only 24 hours.

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