First, Apple is working with Girls Who Code to support new coding opportunities for girls and young women in the United States. With Apple's Curriculum Every Can Code, 90,000 girls and Girls Who Code Club presenters in all 50 states can learn Apple's Swift programming language.
Club leaders will also be offered quick training to increase the number and range of club members. Apple supports educational opportunities for students of all ages and backgrounds, and supports the right of girls to use the same learning opportunities as their male colleagues through the Developer Academies and Every Can Code, and to work with the Malala Fund and the National Center for Women and Information Technology ,
Second, in selected Apple Stores around the world, visitors can attend over 60 Today at Apple sessions in a new "Made By Women" series in March. Meetings are taking place in selected stores in Singapore, Kyoto, Hong Kong, London, Milan, Paris, Dubai, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City and Los Angeles.
Third, Apple Watch users around the world will be able to purchase an exclusive ID card and iMessage sticker on International Women's Day, Friday, March 8 of this year, for a mile or a lap, a lap or a wheelchair complete longer.
Fourth, every app in the US App Store launched in March in the US highlights an app created, developed, or maintained by a woman, including Bumble, TheSkimm, and Stitch Fix. Apple will also promote women for Apple Music, iTunes, Beats 1
Lisa Jackson, Apple's Environmental and Social Initiative:
Women have taken the chance that our ideas shape the future. We're excited to support Girls Who Code as they enable girls to become the developers and technical innovators of tomorrow.
For more information on Apple International Women's Day initiatives, see his newsroom.