About Campus

Technology is changing everything about the way we live and work, but girls are being left behind. Fewer than 1 in 4 computer scientists are women — and that number is declining. Girls Who Code is changing that. We’re introducing a brand new summer program called Girls Who Code Campus to reach even more girls across the nation. Campus offers beginner and advanced courses for middle and high school girls — in a condensed 2-week timeline for busy summer schedules.



Campus Locations

2-week day programs held at elite secondary schools and universities nationwide

  • iPhone App Development
  • Wearable Tech & Fashion Design
  • Website Design & Development
  • Introduction to Computer Science


Washington D.C./Baltimore

Hear from our students

Meet Our Instructors

Our Campus programs are led by high-quality, Girls Who Code-trained Technology Instructors and Teaching Assistants. We hire seasoned teachers, industry professionals, and graduate and undergraduates students in Computer Science programs at top universities with teaching experience and coding expertise. All of our instructors and TAs share our mission to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in technology.


Selvi Beyarslan
Instructor @ The Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, NY
Lauren Mitchell
Lauren Mitchell
Instructor @ The Hewitt School in New York, NY
Pinki Wong
Pinky Wong
Teaching Assistant @ University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN
Deborah Spencer
Deborah Spencer
Instructor @ Morris School District in Morristown, NJ
Jeffrey Young
Jeffrey Young
Instructor @ University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC
Ivelisse Morales
Ivelisse Morales
Teaching Assistant @ The Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, NY
William Haltom
William Haltom
Instructor @ University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN


Girls Who Code values diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential to our mission. We’ve set aside 20% of our seats for Campus for need-based scholarships. Scholarships will be provided to students who meet the eligibility requirements on a first-come-first-served basis. Learn More