Posted on Jul 08, 2019
According to Wikipedia, Girls Who Code was founded by Reshma Saujani in 2012 who came up with the idea of creating the organization during her run for the United States Congress when she noticed that schools along her campaign route lacked girls in computer science classrooms.
Since 2012, these clubs have spread throughout the United States to try to right this wrong.  
I was recently contacted by our local point of contact, Emma Groves Baldacci, to ask if I can help spread information on our site about Girls Who Code.  I love that she reached out to us!  Let's please support this great cause. 
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Start a FREE Girls Who Code Club Today! 

Join students and educators across the country by partnering with Girls Who Code to bring computer science opportunities to elementary, middle, and high school girls in your community! Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE after-school programs for 3rd-5th or 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Learn more by checking out our Clubs Overview or by joining an upcoming Girls Who Code webinar.

Ready to join the movement? Complete a Clubs application here!

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