100 Girls of Code Opens Chapter in Partnership with Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub
100 Girls of Code officially has opened a local chapter in Arkansas. The initiative offers free workshops to females ages 12 to 18 to generate interest in computer science among girls. Each participant of the workshop learns computer-programming basics by building websites and video games.
The Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub has partnered with the organization to oversee the Little Rock chapter. “We are very pleased to bring 100 Girls of Code to Arkansas,” said Warwick Sabin, Executive Director of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub. “This programming fits perfectly with our ongoing efforts to bring more engaging STEM education to our region, and we are especially interested in increasing access and outreach to underserved communities.”
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