Karlie Kloss Launches Scholarships for Girls to Learn Code

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Karlie Kloss is the coolest! Not only did the model decide to leave Victoria's Secret so she could attend college at NYU, but she's launching a scholarship program this summer so high school girls can learn how to code.

The brainy beauty announced her Kode with Karlie scholarship program Wednesday in conjunction with The Flatiron School, where she began learning how to code herself last summer. Twenty lucky high school girls will be selected to score free tuition for the Flatiron School's two week summer program.

"By the end of the course, you will understand the building blocks of code and have built and deployed your own app to the web," she explains. "You'll be ready to take on the world! I think it's crucial that young women learn to code as early as possible, to ensure that we, as young women, have a voice and a stake in what the world looks like."

To enter and learn more about Kode With Karlie, just head over their website. Best of luck to all of the future #builtbygirls innovators!

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