New Jersey Girls Go On Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show To Promote Coding Class

Karlie Kloss went on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to share some exciting news; the expansion of 'Kode with Klossy,' a summer camp dedicated to learning about computers, coding etc for girls. 

Towards the end of the interview Karlie was joined by high school scholars Valeria and Kyara Torres-Olivares from Princeton, New Jersey to talk about their time at the summer camp and a new project they started at their own local library: The Princeton Public Library. One of the sisters is even attending Princeton in the fall after getting in early admission! 

These two girls started a 'coding club' at the library for 4th through 8th graders. One of the classes is co-ed whereas the other class is all girls. The girls were inspired to create an all girls class after attending Kloss's summer camp. "We were really impressed, excited and inspired by the model 'Kodes With Klossy' created.... it was very empowering." 

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