I’m sharing this for informational purposes only.
Michaela Burger from Girls Who Code sent me this information to send out to anyone who might be interested in hosting a cost-free Girls Who Code Club at your library – and she said she knows that many of your already do this. But, if you’re not familiar with them, Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization that provides completely free computer science programming to students, educators, and communities. They have additional information about their Community Partnerships, which are completely free for organizations to join and participate in, as is the enhanced support they provide for Clubs communities within their Community Partnerships. They provide on-demand professional development for all interested staff, access to their Community Partner Newsletter, and exclusive webinars. Students under their Community Partnerships also receive elevated priority when they apply to their free Summer Programs in high school as well. She attached several informational flyers with more information.
Here are additional Community Partnership flyers. If you have any questions, please contact Michaela directly at ...@girlswhocode.com" style="color: #2199e8; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: normal; line-height: 1.3; margin: 0; padding: 0; text-align: left; text-decoration: none;">mich...@girlswhocode.com
All the best,
Sharon Rawlins, MLS (she/her/hers)
Youth Services Specialist
Library Development Bureau
New Jersey State Library
P. 609-278-2640 x116
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