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Code Breakers Recap

Record. Set.

Women’s History Month became Girls Making History Month! An incredible 342 young women set the world record for the most number of girls coding together at the same time. 17 different cities in the US and 1 in Colombia, were part of the record.


Check out the video recap of the day to see how the day went. The girls learned to code in HTML and CSS to create a web page that featured a woman in history. This shows them that tech is another way to communicate ideas and information.



Women in History: Past, Present, and Future

The girls were invited to feature a woman in history on their web pages. Thanks to IBM Cloud Garage for hosting our girls’ finished products. You can see them here .


Code Breakers Coverage

Many thanks to the participating locations, organizations, volunteers, and families who made history with us.



Thank You

Many thanks to the participating locations, organizations, volunteers, and families who made history with us.

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  • Opex Analytics and WeWork – Atlanta, GA and Chicago, IL
  • DSA, Inc and Towson University – Bel Air, MD
  • Anna Cook, Glen Olif, and Hadley Library – Denver, CO
  • IBM Cloud Garage – Durham, NC
  • Girl Scouts of Nassau County – Garden City, NY
  • Onyx Point, Inc – Hanover, MD
  • Harrisburg University Of Science & Technology – Harrisburg, PA
  • PSL Software – Itagui, Colombia
  • ORCSGirls and Blount County Public Library – Maryville, TN
  • Comcast TechWomen SNJ Chapter – Mount Laurel, NJ
  • Emily Supil, Margie Sepulveda, and NetApp – New York, NY
  • ORCSGirls and Roane State Community College – Oakridge, TN
  • TechGirlz and Drexel University – Philadelphia, PA
  • PA Commission for Women and Mt. Lebanon Public Library – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Mt. Lebanon School District – Pittsburgh, PA
  • NC State Computer Science Clubs – Raleigh, NC
  • Monique Johnson, Adriann Guy, and Warrensville Heights Library – Warrensville Heights, OH
  • Brandywin Technology and The HUB @ 1201 Wilmington, DE