We're on a mission to close the gender gap in tech.
The gender gap in computing is getting worse.
In 1995, 37% of computer scientists were women. Today, it’s only 24%. The percent will continue to decline if we do nothing.
We know that the biggest drop off of girls in computer science is between the ages of 13 and 17.
% of women in Computer Science
Girls Who Code is changing the game
We're reaching girls around the world and are on track to close the gender gap in new entry-level tech jobs by 2027.
Through our online resources, campaigns, books, and advocacy work - in the U.S. and around the world.
Through our in-person programming including our Summer Immersion Program, Clubs, and College Loops
Half of the girls we serve come from historically underrepresented groups, including girls who are Black, Latinx, or from low-income backgrounds.
These are the values that define our organization.
We believe being brave is about being resilient, persistent, and ambitious.
We believe that diverse ability, culture, identity, and opinion makes our organization stronger.
We’re not just preparing our girls to enter the workforce - we’re preparing them to lead it, to improve it, to completely and totally transform it.
Girls Who Code is an organization that values diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential to our mission.