STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) helps today’s students develop into tomorrow’s leaders.
In our opinion, Girls Who Code are among the coolest female forces on the planet. Not only are they powerful, but their contributions to the technology industry make them among the most innovative people in the world. Girls who want to develop their coding and technology skills can look no further than the CTL Chromebook.
The Background of Girls Who Code
Teen girls with an interest in technology can attend free Girls Who Code summer programs and after-school programs. Opportunities are available throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Clubs are available from Beginner to Advanced, making it a fun learning environment for girls in grades 3-12.
Meetings are typically held in schools, libraries, and community centers during the school year. Summer immersion programs are free and offer stipends that cover transportation and living expenses for seven weeks.
Anyone wanting to learn more about Girls Who Code opportunities or to start their own club can visit GirlsWhoCode.com. We love working with the next generation of innovators because we know what they’re capable of doing. The right tools help them excel at something they love and have chosen to do as a career field or business.
How CTL Helps Girls with an Interest in Technology
Girls with an interest in technology can find the tools that they need at CTL. From computers to Chromebooks, we have the perfect products to help them succeed. Our staff works with female coders to ensure that the technology that they choose to buy from us is perfect for the projects they intend to complete.
CTL is committed to providing resources to help girls with an interest in technology to succeed in school and their future careers. We support programs that promote digital equity and provide equitable internet access. We also routinely provide technology internships to girls interested in technology and have supported the ChickTech organization in their efforts to increase the number of women and girls pursuing technology-based careers.