Did you know that today, women represent just 12% of all computer science graduates? In 1984, they represented 37%. Did you also know that women are less likely to perceive they have the capability to start a business, and statistics consistently show that women earn less than men across many industries?
COVERGIRL Announces Girls Can Campaign With Journalist, Soledad O’Brien — Turn Your ‘Cant’s’ Into ‘Cans’
· Step Up: Step Up implements after-school and weekend mentorship programs in under-resources communities, empowering teen girls to be college-bound and career-focused.
· Girls Who Code: Girls Who Code is leading the movement to inspire, educate and equip young woman with the computing skills to close the gender gap in technology.
· Soledad O’Brien & Brad Raymond Starfish Foundation: The Starfish Foundation helps young women get to and through college by providing financial assistance, mentoring and wraparound support to help them achieve their full potential.
· Dress for Success: Dress for Success provides professional attire, a network of support and career development tools for disadvantaged women.
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