CodeFair was a once-in-a-lifetime immersive tech experience and 10th anniversary celebration that took place in New York City from March 24-26, 2023.
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Girls Who Code Girls
Girls Who Code Girls is a gaming experience that empowers users to code characters that better reflect them and the diversity of their communities.
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Doja Code
Girls Who Code teamed up with Doja Cat to create the first-ever codable music video!
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Our alumni teamed up with Meta to learn the fundamentals of AR by creating a filter modeled after Doja Cat’s performance at this year’s Coachella Music Festival.
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Make That Change
Make That Change is a multimedia campaign with a bold new message for girls: when you learn to code, you can not only make the change you want to see in the world but by choosing a career in tech, change your life too. STEM jobs pay 26% more than other careers. The campaign showcases a diverse group of women in tech role models to highlight that you can use your skills in technology to uplift your field, your community, and, just as importantly -- your own future.
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Missing Code
Girls Who Code partnered with IF/THEN® to celebrate women in technology. In 2020, women made up just 26 percent of computing jobs. We're breaking the internet - literally - to highlight the importance of female coders in making the internet what it is today. Check out missing-code.com, to reimagining Gen-Z’s favorite platforms in a pseudo apocalyptic world where women don’t code.
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Girls Who Code at the Super Bowl
Girls Who Code was featured in an Olay Super Bowl commercial Olay alongside Katie Couric, Taraji P Henson, Nicole Stott, Busy Philipps, and Lilly Singh. For every tweet using #MakeSpaceForWomen, Olay donated $1 to Girls Who Code.
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Girls Who Code partnered with Apple to launch #SisterhoodStory—a digital celebration for Day of the Girl that invites girls, both trans and cis, to shine a spotlight on one another, and the role of Sisterhood in their lives.
March For Sisterhood
"Girls Who Code hosted the first-ever all-digital march—by girls, for girls, about girls."
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Girls Who Code is proud to present SISTERHOOD, a digital visual album celebrating the power of sisterhood and features influential women and girls in art, music, fashion, tech, politics, and more.
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Brave, Not Perfect
Reshma Saujani is leading a movement to inspire women to be brave, not perfect.
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Why Can't Girls Code?
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