Google extends reach to girls with $50M campaign

06/19/2014 | Time.com

Google has announced a $50 million initiative to teach girls to code and help close the gender gap in engineering and computer science. The announcement follows recent reports that only 17% of Google's technology employees are women. The Made With Code campaign will include partnerships with various organizations and companies to help link families with programs and mentors.

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