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Tennesse Chapter
See what drives this regional chapter and meet the state’s team of devoted students striving to make a difference in the lives of the next generation of computer scientists!
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tennessee Chapter Mission

What We Strive For

As the state of Tennessee continues reaching closer and closer to becoming a new hub for technology, more students are expressing interest in the STEM field. However, some of these students do not know where to start, and gaining admission to a computer science school is not something very easily achievable. Our mission as the state chapter is to give these students direction and guidance, so that they are able to develop an early understanding of computer science and other STEM majors, which will eventually lead to a generation of tech experts who are able to make the world a better place to live in.

Tennessee Chapter Leader

Maitreya Dixit

“My name is Maitreya Dixit, and I am a rising senior at Beech High School in Hendersonville, TN. I am 17 years old, and I am strongly inclined towards the combined study of computer science and biotechnology.

The study of computer science should be readily available to everyone equally. At my school, most students chose other majors over technology, and as a chapter leader of GCL, I hope to reverse that statistic and show my fellow peers how STEM can open up endless opportunities for truly ambitious and hard working individuals. I hope I can eradicate the hesitation that many young adults have about computer science not being the right field for them.  

In my free time, I enjoy learning how to problem solve using code and volunteering at local non-profits. As a GCL chapter leader in Tennessee, I look forward to spreading the love of computing by moderating two types of events in TN: inviting effective guest speakers to engage and encourage students and organizing in-state competitions that offer incentives to participating students.”

Tennessee’s Events

See How We Are Making a Difference

Events Coming Soon

This chapter is working hard to begin planning new events for students in their state. If you would like to help plan events or be apart of the chapter’s future plans, email the chapters team at tennessee@girlscomputingleague.org.
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