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Rebel Girls Build the Future

Rebel Girls Build the Future

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This co-branded book features 18 stories of women on the cutting-edge of virtual reality and technology: women who are building the metaverse.

MSRP:
$8.99
Age Range:
8–12

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Inside The Book

Rebel Girls Build the Future showcases some of the exciting ways girls can engage with the metaverse, from game design and 3D art to data science and software engineering. The book includes engaging activities to explore tech, art, and imagination. It will inspire the next generation to consider creative careers in tech, art, computer programming, and design—and be at the forefront of what’s to come. Rebel Girls Build the Future will release in November ahead of National STEAM Day.

We believe that the metaverse will be built collaboratively, with creative ideas and practical applications being developed every day by all sorts of imaginative people. However, by the time students reach college, women are significantly underrepresented in STEM majors—for instance, only around 23% of engineering bachelor’s degrees are awarded to women and only about 22% of computer and information science bachelor’s degrees are awarded to women.

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<p>We believe that the metaverse will be built collaboratively, with creative ideas and practical applications being developed every day by all sorts of imaginative people. However, by the time students reach college, women are significantly underrepresented in STEM majors—for instance, only around 23% of engineering bachelor’s degrees are awarded to women and only about 22% of computer and information science bachelor’s degrees are awarded to women.</p>