By Angelica Kessler and Georgia Messinger
Looking for virtual summer plans? Girls Get IT is a beginner-friendly computer science education and female empowerment camp.
Founded by Brentwood School alumna, Angelica Kessler and Georgia Messinger, who are now computer science students at Harvard and USC.
The duo started studying computer science in high school and wished they had the opportunity to discover their passion for technology at an earlier age. So they are committed to inspiring the next generation of girls who code!
Camp sessions are running from June 8-July 31 each for 2 weeks. Camp is taught on Zoom, but instructors make an effort to include activities beyond just coding. So daily curriculum also includes mindfulness meditation, bracelet making, collaging, movies, guest speakers from women in technology, discussions on internet safety, cyber kindness, and feminism.
Register online today at https://www.girlsgetit.co.
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