Girls Who Code
By ASPIREist | Just For A Minute. Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani explains her startup that is focused on getting girls into the art and science of writing computer code.
In this video<p>Tagged as<p>Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, talks about her parents' inspiration, her unexpected career change, and what it was …Women's News
Andrea Gonzales loves to code, and she doesn’t hesitate to tell you so. Yet the 17-year-old junior at Hunter College High School also knows that few of her friends truly get her passion for computer programming. “They think coding is, well, kinda nerdy,” said Gonzales.<p>Natasha Driver, a high school …Education
Coding: It's a language few of us are fluent in but all of us interact with daily.<p>Enter Girls Who Code, a company determined to change this… starting …Computer Science
Eighty young women participated in Girls Who Code's first summer immersion program in greater LA.<p>Actress and entrepreneur Jessica Alba has built a $1 billion consumer brand on a simple premise — to make products that are good for the people who use them, and good for the environment.<p>A similar …Women's News
The Women’s Business Development Center, a stalwart of small business support in Chicago, pivoted toward the world of tech with its conference this week, featuring Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani at its keynote Wednesday.<p>“There’s no question that technology spurs innovation,” Saujani said. …Women's News
Eighth-grader Quincy Houghton said she knows exactly what she wants to study in college: English and computer science. Quincy's goal is to translate her learning into writing storylines for video games that she expects to create someday.<p>Quincy is among the 30 girls participating in the Girls Who …Education
Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, pointed out the severe disparities of facing women in STEM careers in the Iscol public service …Diversity
So what I want to teach young women is just ... to fail.<p>After launching Girls Who Code in 2012, she immersed herself in fields which she says …Women's News
At a time when parts of the tech industry are hostile work environments for women—this according to statistics revealing a rampant sexual harassment, gender discrimination and retaliation problem — a career in the sciences might not appeal to many young girls. Reshma Saujani has made it her …Computer Science
All girls should be able to learn how to code. And Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit, is doing its part to make that happen.<p>On Tuesday, the company told CNNMoney that it will be giving away $1 million in scholarships to high school girls who want to take part in its summer programs.<p>While the …Education
MPWSheryl Sandberg Is Working With Female Governors to Close Tech’s Gender GapFemale leaders from the public and private sectors have joined forces …Women's News
<i>"Lots of people assume that I'm one-dimensional and don't have many other interests aside from coding. Or they think I'm "not as girly" as other girls my age. Excuse you, but I am perfectly capable of typing an HTML tag while my brows are on point." - Maeve Miller</i><p>Meet Maeve Miller, a 16 year-old …Women's News
A few weeks ago, Reshma Saujani received a standing ovation for her TED talk in Vancouver, Canada. On Monday, <i>Fortune</i> brings you an exclusive online …Women's News
The Girls Who Code program teaches girls coding skills through computer and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) projects to inspire and …Intel Corporation
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How much is it?<p>FREE! There’s no cost to attend the Summer Immersion Program. We also offer summer stipends to cover transportation and living …Education
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Members of Prospect High School's new Girls Who Code club learned from the founder of the national non-profit organization that it's important to fail.<p>"When I was growing up in Schaumburg, I was terrified of math and science … and my parents were both engineers," Reshma Saujani, CEO of the group …Education
I wanted to do something that would focus on the hyper-sexualization of women in video games. I proposed my idea to Sophie and she wanted to do …Women's News