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How to Start a 'Coding Club for Girls'- A Conversation with Emily Ong

Would your community benefit from a coding club for young girls? See how a “Girls Who Code” club can give you a head start.

The gender gap in the tech industry is widening, with fewer than 1 in 5 women graduating in computer science. “Girls Who Code” is an organization that wants to challenge those statistics and strives to achieve gender parity in computer science by 2027. How can this program benefit your library and the young women in your community?

Join us as Eric Keith has a conversation with Emily Ong, one of the head directors of the Girls Who Code organization, and learn how this is changing lives, and how your library can start your own club for the young women in your community.


Emily Ong

Emily Ong

Community Partnerships

Eric Keith

Eric Keith

SirsiDynix Chief
Marketing Officer

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