MIAMI, FL (JUNE 19, 2017) — Girls Who Code, the national nonprofit working to close the gender gap in technology, kicked off its 2017 Summer Immersion Program today in Miami in partnership with Citrix and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Girls Who Code Brings Back Summer Immersion Programs to the San Francisco Bay Area (Jun 2017), 21 programs launch at major technology, professional services, and financial companies in the region National nonprofit organization, Girls Who Code, aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. A 44% match.
GIRL CODE: Tech camps aim to narrow gender gap (Jun 2017), At four Camp Code sites this summer, middle school girls are learning how to perform the wizardry behind Facebook, Snapchat and other popular apps — in other words how to code, or program, computers. 28% alike.
Following, Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program reaches record numbers (months ago), Girls Who Code kicked off its 2016 Summer Immersion Program in Chicago and Washington D.C. this week, logging a record number of programs this year. The program is supported by technology organizations and spans across 78 programs in 11 cities.