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Black Girls CODE Summer Events

Black Girls CODE Summer Events

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July 28 - August 17, 2012 Across the country girls (ages 7-17) will have the opportunity to learn to how to build video games, webpages, as well as program robots using tools such as Alice, SCRATCH, and Kodu among other programming languages. Registration deadlines vary by city and financial assistance is available. Details:

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