CRANFORD, NJ - Union County College's 'Girls Gone Wired' initiative and 'Un10nH4ck5 Club' will host a free coding session to commemorate 'National Day of Civic Hacking', which "calls all public servants, people with technology skills, and community organizers... to show that government can work in the 21st century if we all build it together" and challenges individuals to "find an event near you and make a meaningful impact on some of your community’s toughest challenges."

Union County College’s (UCC) Director of Instructional Design, Beth Ritter-Guth, will lead a session on coding relief projects for those affected by the recent hurricanes at #Harvey and #Irma.

The session will be held September 28, from 7 to 9 p.m., at UCC's Cranford campus in room N35 of the Nomahegan Building. The session is open to anyone interested in volunteering their time to help the relief projects, and no experience is necessary. Space, however, is limited, and reservations are required. To register, contact beth.ritter-guth@ucc.edu.

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All participants will receive 'National Hacker' digital badges.

The UCC Cranford campus is located at 1033 Springfield Avenue.