During Covid, the Computing Minds educational service has transitioned to using Zoom and Scratch (scratch.mit.edu) for tutoring online to girls age 9 to 12.
I started Computing Minds at 14, but I applied for nonprofit status when I was 15. My first year of high school, when I took a beginner coding class, the best part of my day was always when I got to sit down in computer class and create something. Because I had an amazing first experience, I continued on to take an AP computer class sophomore year and another one junior year.
- Juliette Palacios
Founder and Executive Director of Computing Minds
CM loves to teach and inspire girls and women about the basic fundamentals of coding at a young age. With their experience at Computing Minds, students will be able to go into their future with a strong base of coding. Additionally, it is very important that they have a positive first experience with coding-- which is one of the main goals of the educational service of this nonprofit organization.
Computing Minds is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
Nonprofit tax ID number: 85-0659208