Girls are the future of tech
We do more than teach girls to code. We prepare them to thrive and lead in the tech workforce.

Girls Who Code values diversity, equity and inclusion as essential to our mission. We focus our work not only on gender diversity but also on young women who are historically underrepresented in computer science fields.

Clubs Program
Clubs for students to explore coding in a fun & friendly environment.
  • Grades 3-12
    grouped by grades 3-5 and 6-12
  • Beginner to Advanced
  • FREE
  • 1-2 hours per week
    after school or on weekends during the school year
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College Loops
College programs to help our alumni succeed and build community with other women in tech
  • College-Aged (18+)
  • Beginner to Advanced
  • FREE
  • 1-2 hours per week
    during the school year
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Summer Programs
Virtual summer program for high school students to learn coding and make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech.
  • Rising 10-12th Grades
    High school students
  • Beginner to Intermediate
  • FREE
    stipends available
  • 2-week virtual daytime program
    2-week immersion or 6-week self paced
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See what our girls are creating
Check out our Project Gallery to browse some of the work created in our Clubs, College Loops, and Summer Immersion Programs.
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Vivian phung
"I learned to code in the Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program. Two years later, I'm interning at Apple! Please help close the gender gap in technology! GWC changes lives."
Vivian Phung, Alum
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Our Impact
Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.
  • 450,000
    Girls served
    We've taught more than 450,000 girls through our in-person programming and educational content.
  • 50%
    Half of the girls we serve come from historically-underrepresented groups.
  • 15X
    the U.S. average
    Our alumni major in computer science, or related fields, at a rate 15 times the U.S. average.
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