Girls Who Code was founded in 2012 to close the gender gap in the computing fields. Mobilizing leading executives, educators, and engineers, Girls Who Code developed a new model of computer science education designed to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in the field. In just two years, Girls Who Code has already begun to move the needle: through rapid iteration and expansion of our signature Summer Immersion Program and highly-scalable Girls Who Code Clubs, Girls Who Code has delivered 3,000+ hours of instruction to 1,000+ girls nationwide. Our programs have earned support from CEOs of top Fortune 500 companies, engaged more than 700 industry professionals, delivered among the most robust dataset on computer science education, and been featured in 100+ publications, from The New York Times to The Today Show.
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