Oak Ridge Computer Science Girls (ORCSGirls) is joining the TechGirlz code breakers event on March 30 to set the world record for the number of girls coding.
ORCSGirls will be running events on March 30 from noon to 3 p.m. at two locations: Roane State Community College in Oak Ridge and at the Blount County Public Library in Maryville. Both workshops will teach participating middle school girls the basics of website development, a press release said.
During the workshop, girls from around the country will be connected through video chat to set this world record.
Details about the event and on how to sign up can be found at www.techgirlz.org/code-breakers/.
ORCSGirls is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation with the mission to inspire middle school girls in East Tennessee to actively explore the possibilities of technology to empower their future careers, the press release said. For more details about ORCSGirls, visit www.orcsgirls.org.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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