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Inspiring Girls in the Tech Space: 100 Girls To Code | Beth Cone Kramer

tags: group, coding, girls

An initiative of the Tennessee Code Academy, Girls Who Code was founded in 2014 to introduce girls to code and computer engineering at a young age, to achieve gender parity in the STEM fields. By hosting one-day workshops led by academically-trained experts who are "girls in code" themselves, 100 Girls To Code provides girls with a fun and interactive learning experience that includes an introduction to programming, website construction, games, apps, and more.


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