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3 reasons to celebrate Girl Develop It’s 4th anniversary

We list three of the Philly tech institution's biggest victories.

At Girl Develop It's third anniversary party. (Photo via Facebook)

Next Friday, celebrate the Philly tech institution that is Girl Develop It.
The local arm of the women’s tech education nonprofit turns four this year.
Among its victories:

The GDI birthday party is from 6-9 p.m. on Oct. 23 at Pipeline (30 S. 15th St.).
Register ($25)
And if you’re looking for a pre-party, stop by this month’s Startup Hangout at 5 p.m. at our new digs in the Curtis Center.

Companies: Girl Develop It

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