GirlJams is an AI songwriting experience empowering girls and nonbinary students to get comfortable with and explore the creative possibilities AI technology can offer. Created in partnership with Mojo Supermarket and digital studio Buttermax, GirlJams invites users to write and create a song using AI technology, while simultaneously learning the basics of AI through learning moments, introductory language, and prompt engineering tips displayed throughout the experience.
Held on January 26, 2024, the Girls Who Code Hiring Summit: Early Career Edition is a one-day event designed to connect the Girls Who Code and wider communities with full-time job opportunities in the technical workforce and to connect hiring managers looking to meet a diverse slate of candidates for jobs. This event welcomes recent college and bootcamp graduates and young professionals to network with companies looking to connect with a talented, ambitious, diverse group of computer science students and professionals.
Girls Who Code Girls is a gaming experience that empowers users to code characters that better reflect them and the diversity of their communities. Users can use code to customize their character’s body type, skin tone, facial features, hair styles, outfit details and accessories, personality and identity details.
Our Weekly Newsletter is a collection of the latest and greatest from Girls Who Code – top tech stories, real talk from our CEO, and news about young women changing the world.
“Girls Who Code has impacted my life by inspiring me to forge my own path and to be a role model for students in underrepresented groups pursuing STEM. Being part of Girls Who Code has allowed me to pursue my purpose and grow as a community leader.”
Gloria Salas, Summer Program, College Loops, and Virtual Mentoring alumna
580,000 girls, women and nonbinary individuals coding worldwide
The gender gap in tech has been getting worse, but Girls Who Code is changing that. Our alumni go on to major in Computer Science at 7X the national average.