Just forwarding this message for informational purposes only from Girls Who Code.
Dear NJ Libraries,
So excited to share this milestone with you. Girls Who Code now has 500 free Clubs in New Jersey! I'm not just sharing the good news. It is a call to action - let's keep going and give lots more NJ girls the opportunity for a career in tech. Please join the many NJ libraries who have free Clubs. https://girlswhocode.com/clubs/ No computer science experience required. You can have both 3-5 and 6-12 grade Clubs. We offer a $300 Clubs fund per Club, free t-shirts, free online curriculum and free fiction books for our 3-5 grade Clubs. Club members work together on a project that impacts their community. https://hq.girlswhocode.com/project-gallery I run a Club at a library and you can too. Just submit the Club application and you'll get access to all of our resources and curriculum for free. Please help me spread the word. We are just getting started!
Regional Partnership Coordinator - NJ
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Sharon Rawlins, MLS
Youth Services Specialist for Lifelong Learning
NJ State Library
185 West State St.
P.O. Box 520
Trenton, NJ 08625-0520
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