On Day one, young girls were able to learn how to code through operating mini robots, doing mazes, and even had fun bowling with Spheros! The group of 6 girls in attendance got to learn the inside of a robot by looking at parts of a computer and 3D printer on Day 2. They also learned a bit about binary code, as it was a very interesting topic to them. Over the course of the program, they even got to create their own programs! The Girls Who Code program has been a very worthwhile experience for our team, and we would gladly do it again. We encourage other teams to look into the program and contact local libraries or elementary schools to try and connect younger girls to STEM.