1: You should know

Learn more about Code.org here .
White House Commits $200 Million to Computer Science Education
Code.org, a KC Tech Council partner, is a foundation focused on increasing Computer Science Education for all students.

Today they are marking a major victory as the White House announced it will order the Department of Education to commit $200 million every year toward CS education for K-12 students, with a special focus placed on increasing gender and racial diversity.

Here's the full article .
2: You should go
WeWork Corrigan Station
Grand Opening
The grand opening of our office building, WeWork at Corrigan Station, is happening next Friday, October 6th. You should plan to stop by and see our beautiful space while exploring the Crossroads Arts District during First Friday.

Friday, October 6th, 2017
5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

WeWork Corrigan Station
1828 Walnut St., 3rd Floor
Kansas City, MO 64108

Register  HERE .
This event doesn't fit in your schedule? Want to see more tech opportunities?

Check out our events page !
3: Your council info
Set a Reminder for October Tech on Tap
October is Cyber Security Month, and Tech on Tap will feature a discussion with cyber experts. Plan to join us on October 24th at Fishtech.

Stay tuned for an announcement about our featured speakers, coming this week.

Until then, you can look forward to a great discussion over Martin City Brewing Co. beer at Fishtech's beautiful new building in Martin City.

Thanks to 1102 Grand, a Netrality Property, our presenting sponsor for Tech on Tap.

RSVP here .
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