Lean In is a name of the famous book which became so popular that the whole society was created. Women joining together in different cities to discuss and promote the core idea of that book, and share their personal experience of “Lean In”.
Girls Who Code is one of a number of programs that aim to close the gender gap in computer science and technology by intervening early, when young women are deciding on an educational and career path. Victoria VanDrost, 11, left, signed in at a recruiting event held at Google’s New York City offices in March.
- Gals Who Code (thesmallstreetjournal.wordpress.com)
- Opening a Gateway for Girls to Enter the Computer Field – NYTimes.com (computinged.wordpress.com)
- Girls: Computer Programming Isn’t Just for Guys (hispanicbusiness.com)
- Opening a gateway for girls to enter the computer field (staradvertiser.com)