The Array School of Technology and Design and The Array Foundation, are proud to announce the launch of a Girls Who Code chapter in Cheyenne.
Girls Who Code is an international organization which is designed for girls in junior high and high school to want to develop computer science skills.
According to their website, “Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.” This program is building the “largest pipeline of future engineers in the United States.”
Ana Monzon, a software developer at Systems Analyst, and will be leading and facilitating the Girls Who Code Chapter.
Ana Monzon states, “Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use computer science to change the world. The Girls Who Code Clubs encourage middle and high school girls to impact their communities in a positive way through code. We are excited to offer this in Cheyenne.”