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BlackGirlsCODE and Twitter

sf.citi was able to secure 25 lap-tops from during Twitter’s new office move to be re-allocated and used to train the next generation of innovators as part of BlackGirlsCODE, a nonprofit academy that empowers young girls of black, Latino, and Native American descent to explore STEM fields through coding.

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  • TechBoomers

    The Washington Post in partnership with AARP and sf.citi, will host a breakfast forum, #techboomers on October 24, 2014 at the W Hotel San Francisco. The forum will bring together experts in social media, e-commerce and health to discuss how baby boomers, a generation born long before the advent of the Internet, are shaping its future. Click here to register and get more information.

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At sf.citi we believe in a #OneCity approach - bringing tech, the community and local government together to make San Francisco a better place to live, work and do business.

Not only are we encouraging tech to give back to the community, we are also encouraging you to register to vote and make your voice heard on issues that are important to you. Register online or you may also print out a blank form to complete by hand.

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