First, Karlie Kloss took over the bakery world in 2012 with her partnership with Momofuku Milk Bar for Karlie鈥檚 Kookies. Then she inspired women everywhere with her dramatic haircut in 2013, quickly dubbed the 鈥淜arlie.鈥 Now the model is changing the tech world.

Just two years after starting聽Kode With Klossy, which aims to聽鈥渃lose the gender gap鈥 in tech with coding camps just for girls, Kloss isn鈥檛 showing signs of slowing down. This year, Kloss will offer scholarships to 鈥 get this鈥 300 young women across the country.聽That鈥檚 up from 80 scholarships last year and 21 in 2015.

The scholarships for 15 camps in 10 cities are open to girls ages 13-18.聽Each session lasts two weeks, and students will learn about聽both front-end and back-end development.聽They will聽learn the fundamentals of Ruby on Rails, a programming language with聽which a LOT of the internet is built. At the end of the course, the girls will have built a complete web app.聽Certain聽camps will also offer a 鈥測ear two鈥 course for those聽who have attended the camps previously or are ready to聽advance to an intermediate level.

The cities offering camps will聽include New York City, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Oakland, Chicago, Austin, Detroit, Miami, Atlanta, and New Orleans. Each camp will host only about 20 students in order to facilitate聽鈥渟mall, collaborative classroom experiences.鈥

Applications are open on the website starting TODAY and close on April 28 before midnight聽Eastern Standard Time. Applicants who are selected will be notified by May 5. All you have to do to apply is聽film a video submission and provide a written essay that expresses your 鈥減assion and interest鈥 to聽learn how to code.

Good luck and happy coding!

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