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Within minutes of building the PC, your curious child will be working on digital animation projects and more.


Boolean University has a selection of free online programs that teach you how to code using Scratch.

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A lot of it has to do with making sure girls have peers and mentors as well. Boolean Girl provides both: girls sitting next to you in class and your instructors are women in the field.

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Girls can go to Boolean University, an online classroom where they can access basic coding information, earn badges, and track their progress.

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Boolean Girl — a company that teaches girls how to code and build their own PCs.

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The United States has a serious problem with getting women into STEM jobs and keeping them there.

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While the White House has tried to make a push to encourage more girls to enter STEM and boost women founders by passing two laws, The Inspire Act and The Promoting Women in Entrepreneurship Act, there still is a gender gap that needs a lot of filling. Boolean Girl is a place where girls can feel empowered and learn to code.

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We want girls to know that computer science includes working side-by-side with their best friend all day. We want girls to realize they can apply their creativity to solve difficult and important real-world problems through computer programming.

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How do you get girls interested in computers and coding? You make it accessible. Even if you’re not so tech savvy, finding ways that empower girls to learn these important skills through engaging methods that don’t talk down to them is important.

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We provide after school clubs, summer camps, and special events for girls ranging in age from 3rd grade through 12th grade. Our free, online curriculum encourages girls to work at their own pace, track their progress, and create their own projects.

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17 incredible STEM coding toys that every child will want

I love the Boolean Box. I definitely wish I’d had it as a kid; it would have saved me a lot of angst in my “Electronics and Computers” class in college.