Mentors Wanted For Black Girls CODE To Work With Young Women Interested in Technology
Join us at a Bay Area mixer to learn about mentorship opportunities.
By Abby Bobé (Marketing, BlackGirlsCODE)
Have you ever listened to an eight year old share her excitement and passion for technology and computer programming?
Thankfully we have over 750 underrepresented young girls who can share their amazing experiences with you. Ranging from ages six to seventeen, Black Girls CODE is a global movement empowering girls of color in the world of technology.
Black Girls CODE is dedicated to building future pipelines for tech innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders. We’re advancing the market by empowering our daughters to be more than consumers but the creators of tomorrow.
Come join our mentor team dedicated to empowering young women and preparing them for what innovation in technology can offer! Join Black Girls CODE during their two Bay Area “Meet and Greet” Mixers:
Mentor At Black Girls CODE
They say “it takes a village to raise a child,” and that is exactly what we are trying to do. We’re calling local volunteers, supporters and parents to learn how they can get involved with our global movement.
Join the Black Girls CODE Founder Kimberly Bryant and myself in a discussion of how we expanded in ten American cities and in South Africa. You will also get to hear from some of Black Girl CODE’s Tech Divas as they share their excitement for upcoming workshops with our team of mentors like you!
Can’t Attend But Want To Help?
Share this invite with others. Tweet. Post on Facebook. Email. Shout it out to a neighbor :) These young women can use our help. Black Girls CODE is a volunteer-based organization. We appreciate all the help you can share. If you have any further questions don’t hesitate to email me.
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About the guest blogger: Abby Bobé is the Marketing Lead at Black Girls CODE. She is using her passion in business to increase social impact and empower young girls of color to be the future tech leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. She is also recent MBA Graduate from Mills College. She is passionate about technology, everything marketing and economic development. Follow her on Twitter at @AbbyBobe.