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What does the average 15-year-old do with her free time? Most teenagers are hanging out with friends, talking on their smart phones or playing games on their computer. But Swetha Prabakaran is different. She enjoys spending her time making the use of technology easier for all. It’s called coding. So exactly what is that? Swetha says it is “telling a computer to do something,” in a language the computer will recognize. The 15-year-old loves to code. Swetha is a student at a top-rated public science and technology school in Virginia. She learned to love the computer field during her first computer science course there. She is also the founder Everybody Code Now! The non-profit works to empower the next generation of youth to become engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs. Everybody Code Now operates in 12 U.S. states. Soon, it will be partnering with schools in India and Ghana. The group works with students to bring starter computer science lessons and other technology information to students through their schools. In September of this year, Swetha was honored at the White House as one of 11 young women named “champions of change.” She was one of two 15-year-olds to receive the award. Swetha is now working on an app which will help other non-profit organizations in outreach efforts. Swetha says she finds teaching others to code satisfying. She says she will continue to encourage other girls to give coding a try and see the power coding gives you right at their fingertips.