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Building the Future for Women in Technology

Local club helps close the gender gap in computer science.

Computer coding is the future and girls won’t be left behind.

Computer coding is the future and girls won’t be left behind. This is the goal that Girls Who Code is trying to achieve. The local Tucson chapter is reaching out to young girls to expose them to coding and help close the gender gap in computer science.

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