Summer Immersion Program
Coding, Sisterhood, Bravery
Due to the impact of COVID-19, Girls Who Code has pivoted our Summer Immersion Program to become a virtual 2-week opportunity for rising 10th to 12th-grade girls.
What is the Summer Immersion Program?
This 2-week virtual program teaches girls the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech. Participants will get exposure to tech jobs, and join a supportive sisterhood of girls in tech.
  • Rising 10-12th Grade
    Now welcoming rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors!
  • Beginner
    Must be a beginner or have not taken AP courses
  • 2 week virtual program this summer
    $300 needs-based stipend provided
  • Build Skills
    Learn to code through hands-on real-world projects in art, storytelling, robotics, video games, web sites, apps and more!
  • Build Community
    Join our supportive and diverse sisterhood! Make meaningful friendships as you become part of our lifelong alumni network.
  • Build a Professional Network
    Spend your summer with the world’s hottest tech companies! Learn about tech careers by connecting with female engineers and entrepreneurs and participating in skill-building workshops.
  • Adobe GWC2019 Seattle
    Find a Summer Immersion Program Near You!
    Locations
    Gwc hackathon 2019 6788
    See What Our Girls Are Creating
    Girls in our summer programs code websites, apps, and video games to address problems facing their communities—from climate change, to cyberbullying, to literacy.
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    Become a Summer Immersion Program Partner
    Every year, major companies and philanthropic foundations sponsor our Summer Immersion Programs. Most partners host our programs in their offices, offering girls a truly immersive summer experience.
    Our 2020 Partners
    Our Impact
    • 300,000
      Girls Coding
      Our programs have served 300,000 girls across the country and around the world since 2012.
    • 50%
      HUGs
      Half of our girls served come from historically underrepresented groups. This includes girls who are Black, Latinx, and from low-income households.
    • 15x
      The U.S. Average
      Our alumni are choosing to major in computer science, or related fields, at a rate 15 times the U.S. average.
    More about our impact