Dulles, VA, September 12, 2017
Unanet, a leading provider of Cloud or On-Premise software for project-based organizations and proponent of STEM education is giving back to Loudoun County through a donation of $5,000 to the Loudoun Education Foundation to support the 'Code to the Future' Computer Science Immersion Program.
At Unanet, “we believe in an interconnectedness with the community around us, and we work to support and create strong relationships with organizations that are devoted to positive change, and Unanet has long focused on promoting STEM education. By giving to the Loudoun Education Foundation, we can help to making coding a student’s second language,” said Unanet’s CEO, Fran Craig.
Teachers at Moorefield Station, Meadowland, and Round Hill elementary schools are the first in Virginia to be engaged in the 'Code to the Future' Computer Science Immersion Program and we are thrilled to see a love of coding growing in Loudoun County.
Fran Craig also commented, "I got my start in this industry by learning to code. I was excited to learn about the 'Code to the Future' program and Unanet was eager to support the Loudoun Education Foundation. As more students learn to code in Loudoun County, they will help to solidify the region as a technology powerhouse.”
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