Software entrepreneur aims to help students learn computer science

12/23/2013 | Billings Gazette (Mont.)

Greg Gianforte, a technology mogul who founded a free online computer-coding education program for Montana high-school students called CodeMontana, is taking another step to help students in the state. He recently partnered with Montana Tech to provide 40 scholarships, totaling $40,000, for students studying computer science or software engineering. Gianforte said he hopes this initiative will help offset the difference between tech job growth and the low number of computer science graduates the state's universities produce annually.

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