You know Karlie Kloss as a super model, Vogue cover star, Victoria's Secret Angel, and cookie entrepreneur — but she's also really passionate about computer programming.
As if she could be any more of a badass, Kloss likes to spend her spare time learning how to code:
Writing code to make drones fly:
And even recently spoke on a SXSW panel about how tech has changed the fashion industry:
Continuing her passion for all things tech, Kloss announced today that she's officially launching a scholarship to teach young girls how to code.
The new Kode With Karlie Scholarship will kick off this summer, and give 20 high school girls the chance to learn how to code at the Flatiron School.
Participants will score free tuition to Flatiron Pre-College Academy's Introduction to Software Engineering course — a two-week, full-time course where they'll learn how to create an app. Ten of the spots will be at the NYC campus, and the other ten will be at different locations around the country.
All we have to say is: Y-E-S. 🙌 💪 👊
To apply for the scholarship, head here.