The people who have trusted us so far
“I just wanted to extend a big “THANK YOU” on behalf of Celeste and myself for the wonderful event this past Saturday. Celeste came out of the event full of excitement and enthusiasm saying it was the best “out of school” event she’d ever been to.”
MS Artificial Intelligence
BA CS, Oberlin College
CRM Software Developer @ AE Power
“Coding is something new that Asia has never thought of doing before Maydm came along. I really think it inspired her and is a door opener for her in today’s society. This can get her far in life. Her mother and I are proud of her being a part of something like this that will benefit her in the future.”
Learning to code is important to me because it can open opportunities in the future. I hope to continue to learn more, help my community by implementing future skills, and create my own site. It was fun to become inspired from this program!
MS Machine Learning & Signal Processing, UW-Madison
Women's Summit Fellow @ Correlation One
“This camp is special because if you teach a girl coding you can change the world.”
PhD Economic History, University of Oxford
“The students absolutely lit up when they got to see the code they wrote in their micro:bit watches. Seeing their names scroll was amazing and it was the moment that they all really got into coding.”
Information Technology Intern, Exact Sciences
I want to work for NASA, and being an aerospace engineer without knowing how to code would be really embarrassing. I want to be capable, and I know that regardless of the job, there’s at least an 80% chance that I’ll need to know at least basic coding. Learning earlier will prove to be an advantage rather than learning it in college.
In the future, I can use my ability to code to use my voice.