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Girls Who Code – In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to school closures and significant disruption to daily life, Girls Who Code is making CS educational activities available for download free of charge, to anyone who wants to access them.

Literary Events

A stack of staggered blue rectangles to look like book to the left of the word Book in one font and the suffix ish in a script

Bookish- already thrives online through readathons and bookworm groups, and now they’re investing in even more virtual events to stay connected and support each other. Here’s a list of virtual events readers can attend.


A purple heart made of yarn in a white-bordered circle

The Crafting Closet- posts opportunities to make masks and other materials for hospitals, provides materials.

QuaranGreen logo: a half green half grey circle with a leaf pointing down and to the right; forming a capital "Q"

QuaranGreen –  is a student-led Massachusetts based program that promotes healthy eating habits and works to reduce anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic..

Zooniverse- enables everyone to take part in real cutting edge research in many fields across the sciences, humanities, and more. The Zooniverse creates opportunities for you to unlock answers and contribute to real discoveries.

Wakelet Resource Boards

A picture of a beat-up car behind a skinny tree to the left of the words "Harry Potter Resources" in orange on a dark red background

The words "Manga, Comics & Books for Teens" in white on a blue background to the left of a picture of an ipad lying face-up at an angle.

The words "Mental Health & Wellness Resources" in white on a brownish back ground to the left of a picture of water with a stack of small rocks in the foreground

The picture of an African American teen girl holding an ipad in front of a chalkboard to the left of a the words "virtual book festivals for tweens and teens" in teal on a yellow background

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