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Insider Louisville, Code Louisville lands $2.9 million federal grant: Could be an 'example to the nation'

By Melissa Chipman

Date Published: 10/30/2014

In the Mayor’s Gallery today, a couple dozen city leaders, tech professionals, educators and business people stood behind Mayor Greg Fischer as he announced an expansion to the Code Louisville project. A $2.9 million federal workforce innovation grant will allow the free training in computer software coding to expand its reach and impact.

Code Louisville is a collaboration between the Metro Department of Economic Growth and Innovation, Greater Louisville Inc, EnterpriseCorp, the Louisville Free Public Library, KentuckianaWorks, local tech entrepreneurs and business people. Code Louisville offers the Treehouse online video and interactive learning platform for free via the Louisville Free Public Library website.

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