Maya Espinel & Lucy Hartigan: proving age is just a number.

Meet Maya and Lucy, two middle school coders from New Jersey. These girls not only have big aspirations – a professional soccer player and a star on Broadway – but have also already started using their knowledge of technology to help change the world! After hearing about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, Maya and…

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Posted on June 13, 2016
Girls Who Code launches record number of Summer Immersion Programs in the Bay Area this year

*Programs Supported and Hosted by: Adobe, Amazon, Autodesk, Electronic Arts, Facebook, GE, IBM, Intuit, Microsoft, The Moody’s Foundation, Pivotal, Pixar Animation Studios, Sephora, Square, Twitter and Workday Bay Area Programs Will Run from June 13, 2016 – August 12, 2016 SAN FRANCISCO, CA  (June 13, 2016) — Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization that…

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Girls Who Code launches five Summer Immersion Programs at major media and technology companies in Los Angeles

*Programs Supported and Hosted by AT&T, Cheryl Saban Self-Worth Foundation for Women and Girls, IBM and The Walt Disney Company LA-Area Programs Will Run from June 13, 2016 – July 29, 2016 LOS ANGELES, CA (June 13, 2016) –– Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization that aims to inspire, educate and equip young women…

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Girls Who Code launches inaugural Summer Immersion Programs in Atlanta

First Girls Who Code Programs to be Held at Major Media, Professional Services and Technology Companies in the Region Programs Supported and Hosted by Accenture, AT&T and GE Programs will run from June 6, 2016 – July 22, 2016 ATLANTA, GA (JUNE 6, 2016) — Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization that aims to…

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Posted on June 6, 2016
Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers and Girls Who Code team up for coding-themed special!

Brand-New TV Series-Inspired Global App OctoPie Featured in Special Available Now Nick Amplifies STEM and Coding Education Through Partnerships Nickelodeon’s hit series Game Shakers is teaming-up with Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization that works to close the gender gap in computing fields, for an all-new episode, debuting Saturday, May 21, at 8:00 p.m.…

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Posted on May 23, 2016
Girls Who Code releases YouTube series “My Code,” featuring 4 alumnae!

Girls Who Code, the national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology, releases “My Code,” a YouTube series about learning how to code from the perspective of four female coders. The weekly series will air every Thursday on YouTube at www.YouTube.com/GirlsWhoCode.

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Posted on May 3, 2016
Girls Who Code will triple its national footprint in 2016!

President Obama announced new “CS for All’ commitments during White House Science Fair WASHINGTON, DC (April 13, 2016) — Girls Who Code is committing to launch 1,500 Computer Science clubs in the 2015-2016 school year, tripling its national footprint. This expansion will increase Girls Who Code’s exposure to 40,000 students, up from 13,000 today. The…

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Posted on April 13, 2016
Girls Who Code releases 2015 annual report.

What started as an experiment in 2012 has grown into a national movement. Girls Who Code has gone from 20 girls in New York to 10,000 girls in 42 states. That’s the same number of girls who graduate each year with a degree in computer science. That’s real progress! We’re proud to say we’re not…

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Posted on March 29, 2016
Reshma Saujani speaks at TED on teaching girls bravery, not perfection

Video: Girls Who Code Founder & CEO Reshma Saujani speaks at TED TED Talk titled “Teach girls bravery, not perfection.” New York, NY (March 7, 2016) — TED, the non-profit dedicated to ideas worth spreading, today released Reshma Saujani’s talk at TED 2016, the annual conference in Vancouver, Canada. Saujani is the founder and CEO…

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Posted on March 7, 2016
I’m A Girl Who Codes – Heather Armstrong: queen of the mommy bloggers!

“I grew up in a very conservative Mormon household and always thought I would grow up to be a stay at home mom. There’s nothing wrong with that. I bow down to stay at home moms. Learning to code actually changed the future I envisioned for myself. Little did I know that at 40 years old, I would be the sole financial provider for my girls through coding…”

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Posted on January 22, 2016