Students gain the computer science skills they need to make an impact and prepare for tech careers in our free, virtual summer programs. Summer program participants get exposure to tech jobs, meet leaders in tech careers, and find community in our supportive sisterhood; all while investing in their future self.
We offer two programs: A 2-week immersion program or a 6-week self-paced experience that will allow students an opportunity to learn in a style that works best for them while making meaningful connections. All high school students who identify as girls or non-binary can apply, and no prior computer science experience is required.
Learn to code through hands-on real-world projects in art, storytelling, robotics, video games, web sites, apps and more!
Join our supportive and diverse sisterhood! Make meaningful friendships as you become part of our lifelong alumni network.
Build a Professional Network
Invest in your future self by spending 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.
WHAT IS THE SUMMER IMMERSION PROGRAM?
In the 2-week Summer Immersion Program (SIP), high school students attend live, virtual classes sponsored by industry-leading companies like MetLife, Bank of America, and Accenture.
*New in 2023*
SIP students will get an Introduction to Game Design. This year’s program will focus on beginner to intermediate CS concepts, the iterative design process, UX design basics, and introduce students to tech industry!
Current 9th-11th graders (now accepting eligible summer alumni!)
2-week virtual program
$300 needs-based grant provided (for eligible students in the United States)
WHAT IS THE SELF-PACED PROGRAM?
Current 9th-12th graders (including summer alumni and graduating seniors!!)
6 weeks to complete course projects at your own pace
Want to learn more?
Check out our live and on-demand webinars to get your questions answered by Girls Who Code team members and alumni.