“Code Girls United” is a Montana program that provides young ladies hands-on experiences and a real-life exploration of a career in computer technology, where only 24-percent of the jobs are filled by women.
The program is free to girls in the 4th – 8th grade. Find out more as we talk with founder, instructor, and executive director Marianne Smith.
Pictured is Margret Hamilton standing beside the codes she and her team created for the historic Apollo 11 moon landing. (Photo Credit: World of History, @UmarBzv)