Smashing Stereotypes at Girls Who Code

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I enjoy mentoring, and these girls are at such a good age to get exposure to both advanced concepts, and people already studying, or working, in computer science. I want to make a difference.

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Since 2012, 90,000 young women in all 50 states have gone through a Girls Who Code course, workshop or event. Founder and CEO Reshma Saujani is determined to do no less than close the gender gap in the technology workforce, change the image of “what a programmer looks like” and, in essence, build the biggest pipeline of female engineers for the future.
PCMag recently visited Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, which was hosting a two-week Girls Who Code Campus Program. The prestigious private college was founded in 1955 at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, and maintains a small enrollment of less than 1,000 students. It’s renowned for turning out well-rounded, tech-savvy alums

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