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"They don't realize it, but they're learning about coordinates, they're learning about negative and positive impacts of doing things. I think the biggest thing [STEM] teaches the kids is perseverance, because there's 50 different ways to achieve one goal in computer science." Morgan Staton began service with AmeriCorps VISTA in June 2016 with the Boys & Girls Clubs Code Corps. She has a degree in Industrial Engineering. She has created partnerships with 4 the World, Girls Engineering Change, the Beauty and Joy of Coding, and Black Girls Code in the Wake County, North Carolina area. During her service with the Google Code Corps program, she attended a White House Summit on Computer Science (CS) for All. The White House's CS for All Summit aimed to empower a generation of American students with the computer science skills they need to thrive in a digital economy. CS for All builds on efforts already being led by parents, teachers, school districts, states, and private sector leaders from across the country.