Silicon Valley non-profit helps young girls believe in their STEM potential


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Listen (3 min.) to Peter Hoddie (CEO of the Kinoma Platform at Marvell Semiconductor) talk about how Kids’ Vision girls will use JavaScript and the Kinoma Create prototyping platform. (In the full interview from which  this was excerpted, Peter is introduced at 32:39.)
Palo Alto, CA– (March 17, 2017)- Kids’ Vision, a Bay-Area non-profit designed to empower girls by increasing their interest, confidence, and motivation in STEM, is helping girls develop attitudes at an early age, intercepting before they view themselves as having limited ability.

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Jeff Bell, News Anchor at KCBS Radio, interviews Kids’ Vision’s Executive Director, María Célérier on October 29, 2014.

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