Girls Who Lead and Code | Intel





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Published on Sep 26, 2014

This past summer Intel partnered with Stanford's Clayman Institute to pioneer the only university model of Girls Who Code in the United States. Our collaboration with the Clayman Institute allowed high school girls to go through Voice and Influence workshops taught by Stanford sociologists, which included the art of negotiation and learning how to ask for the opportunities you want. Our ongoing outreach with Stanford is part of a larger strategy to empower young women with the skills and confidence necessary to advance to the highest levels of leadership. Next summer, Intel will be continuing our women's leadership collaboration with Stanford by piloting a college freshman model of Girls Who Code, which seeks to prove that young women can pivot to a technical major in less than two months. Just as our friend Dr. Maria Klawe quadrupled Harvey Mudd College's women in computer science graduates from 10 percent to 45 percent, Intel hopes to quadruple the number of female leaders in Silicon Valley.

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Girls Who Lead and Code | Intel


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