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Source: CNET

The Girl Scouts of the USA announced a new national computer science program dedicated to teaching middle school and high school students about STEM education.

Raytheon, a technology and innovation leader, is partnering with the organization to prepare girls for careers in science, including cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.

The new program hopes to improve the lack of diversity currently present within the tech industry.

“The progress to diversify the STEM workforce needs to be accelerated,” said Thomas A. Kennedy, CEO of Raytheon.

“At a time when technology is transforming the way we live and work, we can–and should–show young women a clear path to taking an active role in this transformation,” he added.

Full Story: CNET



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Girl Scouts Launch Computer Science Program