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Girls Make Games Hosts Workshop at the White House

Girls Make Games, and organization that focuses on helping girls learn how to program and create video games through a series of workshops, hosted their first ever workshop in the White House.

The workshop was another facet of President Obama’s Computer Science for All Initiative. The point of the initiative is to bring coding and programming to schools around the country, so that children learn skills that could help them get a job.

The Girls Make Games group came from all over the country to participate in the workshop. They were treated to a tour of the White House before settling down to take part in some serious learning.

If you’re interested in getting involved with Girls Make Games, you can check out more information on their upcoming workshops on their website.

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The holidays are coming up fast, and if there’s a girl in your life that would enjoy learning how to code, Girls Make Games has the perfect present for you. They are selling a Game Dev 101 workbook that comes with video tutorials and art assets for $25. They are accepting orders through December 19th, and their websites says they guarantee delivery before Christmas on all domestic orders.

Caylie Sadin
Caylie is a writer and all around nerd. She started reading fantasy novels when she was 8, which naturally led her into playing DnD. Her favorite video game series is Dragon Age and her favorite book is “The Name of the Wind.”
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Caylie Sadin
Caylie is a writer and all around nerd. She started reading fantasy novels when she was 8, which naturally led her into playing DnD. Her favorite video game series is Dragon Age and her favorite book is "The Name of the Wind."

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