Encouraging high school students to enter high tech

Encouraging high school students to enter high tech

Google engineers Daniela Raijmann and Michal Segalov started "Mind the Gap" to introduce high school-aged girls to careers in computer science. The program has already touched over 2,000 young women from 42 different towns. Read on to learn more.

Read more about "Mind the Gap" on the Google blog

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