Girls Who Code Clubs offer computer science education and tech industry exposure to 6th-12th grade girls nationally throughout the academic year. Clubs are taught by our incredible volunteer instructors who are trained and supported by Girls Who Code staff.
Girls Who Code Clubs represent a scalable approach to computer science education and includes forty curriculum hours paired with project based, group learning. Clubs have launched nationally in over 20 States and have helped hundreds of girls gain exposure to computer science education.
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We partner with Middle Schools, High Schools and Universities to bring Girls Who Code Clubs to communities across the country. Any Middle, High School or University Faculty member is eligible to start a Club at their school or university. For more information on starting a Club in your community, check out our recruiting kit. Companies that are interested in sponsoring Clubs should email us at email@example.com.
- Monthly, project based activities
- Opportunity to build real world software including mobile apps and games
- 40 hours of instruction per school year
- An end of year, student-choice, final project that impacts your community
You may now click here to receive the most current Girls Who Code Clubs Curriculum.
Our Instructors are industry professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, and computer science enthusiasts who are committed to achieving gender parity in the tech workforce. Instructors must have experience in Computer Science to qualify. We take care of the rest with a comprehensive curriculum and training in CS education and classroom management techniques. Click here to learn more about becoming an instructor.
*Any girl under the age of 13 interested in starting a Club must have a parent apply on her behalf.