EA Sports is Partnered with “Girls Who Code” to Fill Gender Gap!


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EA Sports has going to partner with "Girls Who Code" for the third straight year to promote girls into the gaming and computing Industry. Earlier this month Girls Who Code has just begun their seven-week 2017 Summer Immersion Program with EA Sports for girls to sharp their coding and technical skills at EA’s Redwood Shores campus. 


Girls Who Code is a charitable organization which is founded by Reshma Saujani in 2012 with a main aim to teach girls coding and other computer science skills. Girls Who Care has grown from 20 girls in New York to over 40,000 girls from 50 states.


The Summer Immersion Program currently is taking girls student from 10th and 11th grades. This program is 100% Free for all the girls who are interested to join it. Also a healthy stipend is given to students to cover their travelling and living expenses.


In this year many girls participated in this Girls Who Code program, they are now under their training at EA's Redwood Shores campus. They started their day with some Starbucks beverages.


After that they go to their respective classes where they attend coding classes from professional trainers from all over the tech Industry. This course is arranged for seven week where girls learn some fundamental skills of coding and computer science.


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Morning Coffee at EA Redwood Shores Campus/ea.com


Introduction of Teaching Team / ea.com


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Campus Audience / ea.com


Source: EA Sportsgirlswhocode

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