From coding to engineering, women are increasing in number of computer scientists, but the numbers aren’t growing rapidly enough. Without more CS women to look up to, younger girls can’t envision themselves in these positions. But opportunities for connection and education are increasing! More female involvement is needed because these are the jobs that are among the highest paying and influentially transforming on our world today and in the future. Code on, ladies.

Girls Who Code

“At Girls Who Code, we believe the gender gap in technology is an issue we must all come together to solve. With your support, we will continue to build a future where our next generation of girls and boys will prosper through creativity, through bravery, and through teamwork.”

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Kode With Klossy

“KODE WITH KLOSSY empowers girls to learn to code and become leaders in tech. Started in 2014 when founder Karlie Kloss began her own adventure in learning to code, Kode With Klossy hosts girls’ coding summer camps, awards career scholarships to young women developers and helps create a national community changing the role of girls and women in tech.”

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Women in Technology International (WITI)

“WITI started in 1989 as The International Network of Women in Technology and, in 2001, evolved into The WITI Professional Association, the world’s leading trade association for tech-savvy women. Today, WITI is the premiere global organization empowering women in business and technology to achieve unimagined possibilities..”

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Harvard Wics

“We believe every woman should have equal opportunity and encouragement to pursue computer science. We seek to empower women to consider careers in technology by providing education, mentorship, and role models for students at Harvard and in the greater Boston community. We strive to promote awareness of gender issues and to construct an environment for discussion and reform across universities and industries. We hope to create opportunities for individuals of all genders and interests to support these goals.

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