Girls Who Code Expands Free Summer Programs for 2018, Makes Strides Towards Closing the Gender Gap

Flagship summer programs to launch in 17 cities nationwide in summer 2018 New York, NY (January 16, 2018) – Girls Who Code, the national nonprofit working to close the gender gap in technology, today announced its sixth year of programming for its flagship Summer Immersion Program. The Summer Immersion Program began in 2012 in New…

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Posted on January 16, 2018
Girls Who Code launches new summer program to teach more girls to code

Campus programs to be offered at select schools & universities in Summer 2018 Deloitte will fund scholarships in all Campus classrooms New York, NY (November 6, 2017) — Girls Who Code is expanding its reach across the US with a brand new summer program, Campus. Campus offers Girls Who Code’s first-ever specialized coding courses to…

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Posted on November 6, 2017
Closing the gender gap in tech, one girl at a time. Girls Who Code free after school Clubs launch for 2017-2018, introducing coding to 30K girls

New York, NY (October 4, 2017) — Girls Who Code has launched its 2017-2018 after school Clubs program in all 50 states, serving tens of thousands of girls with the support of over 20 partners. By the end of the academic year, Girls Who Code will have reached over 50,000 girls with its programs, creating…

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Posted on October 4, 2017
Riot Games partners with Girls Who Code and donates 500 copies of the new nonfiction book Learn to Code and Change the World to Los Angeles Non-Profits

Los Angeles, CA (September 20) — Girls Who Code CEO & Founder Reshma Saujani and Riot Games Head of Social Impact Jeffrey Burrell joined Deputy Mayor Brenda Shockley at Los Angeles City Hall to celebrate Riot Games’ donation of 500 copies of the new Girls Who Code nonfiction book, Girls Who Code: Learn to Code…

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Posted on September 22, 2017
The A.V. Club: Getting Girls to Code

Reshma Saujani is the CEO and founder of Girls Who Code, an organization that, well, teaches girls to code. Saujani tells John Teti how the organization works and why it’s important for school-aged girls to get passionate about computer science.

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Posted on September 12, 2017
C-SPAN: Reshma Saujani on Closing the Gender Gap in STEM Fields

Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of the non-profit group Girls Who Code, talked about increasing the number of women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

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Posted on September 2, 2017
TechCrunch: Please let The Friendship Code and its tech-savvy girls be the new Baby-Sitters Club

Okay, full disclosure, I never read any Baby-Sitters Club book. But you know what I’m talking about, right? We all had some endless series we read where a few kids just like us navigated the vicissitudes of life, teaching us lessons along the way. I’m hoping that The Friendship Code, which aims to do that —…

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Posted on August 31, 2017
Bozoma Saint John joins the fight against the gender gap in tech with a seat on Girls Who Code’s Board of Directors

Uber announces multi-year partnership and commitment to Girls Who Code’s National Expansion Thursday, August 24, 2017 (New York, NY) — Girls Who Code, the national nonprofit organization working to close the gender gap in technology, today announced Bozoma Saint John will join the organization’s Board of Directors. Saint John is the Chief Brand Officer at…

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Posted on August 24, 2017
People Magazine: Closing the Gender Gap in Technology: How the Founder of Girls Who Code Is Teaching Girls Coding and Confidence

For Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani, her non-profit organization is about more than just bridging the gender gap in technology — it’s about empowering girls to change the world. Girls Who Code (GWC) has already introduced 10,000 girls to coding through after-school and summer programs. On Tuesday, the organization took steps to expand that reach to one…

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Posted on August 22, 2017
Good Morning America: How to get your girls involved in coding

Good Morning America goes inside a girls-only computer programming class that aims to change the way girls think about science, technology, engineering and mathematics. See more

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