Scratch Day Community Impact Project

Girls Who Code Howard County hosted kids from around the county to celebrate Scratch Day 2015 on Saturday May 9th as our Community Impact Project. 85 boys and girls along with their parents came out to participate in the event.

"It was a huge success and our club members got to serve as mentors to the kids helping them learn Scratch and work on new projects like making Mother's Day cards."
— Kathy


Organization: Girls Who Code
Project Link: View Project Demo
Student: Kathy Barnett
Project Team Members: Esme Barnett, Kavitha Brunner, Maeve Dunnigan, Amna Hussain, Amal Hussain, Ayra Hussain, Samantha Mosley, Maggie Scicchitano, Sabrina Ventoso, Lindsey Wilcox, Sarah Newkirk, Rachel Newkirk, Alexandra McKay
Type of Work: Collaboration
Location: Columbia, Maryland
Grade: 12th Grade
Year Created: 2015

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