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Girls Who Code Roseburg, Oregon Chapter

Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission:

to close the gender gap in technology

Roseburg Salsa Company is branching out to help better the community of Douglas County by providing education to young girls that enables them to create a future for themselves and assists in closing the gender gap that exists within the world of technology.

Girls Who Code was founded five years ago with the belief that computing skills are a critical path to security and prosperity in today’s job market. What began with 20 girls in the heart of New York City, Girls Who Code will reach 40,000 girls in all 50 U.S. states by the end of this year.

The demographic of Girls Who Code is the demographic of our nation. From Clubs in rural Oklahoma, to homeless shelters in Massachusetts, to the country’s most prestigious private schools—girls everywhere are united by their passion to use technology to solve problems in their day-to-day lives and make a positive impact on the world.

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.

Thank you for your continued belief in our mission.

Credits:

Burt Marketing Group

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