Girls Who Code

Girls who Code clubs connect young women interested in computer science, encouraging diversity in the field. SInce it is predicted that less women will join the computer science industry in the future, Girls who Code wants to change that! (All Year)

Girls Who Code Summer Immersion program

The Girls wo Code summer program is a summer experience, designed to educate girls in computer science! “Each week of the program covers projects related to computer science, such as art, storytelling, robotics, video games, web sites, and apps. You’ll also hear from guest speakers, participate in workshops, connect with female engineers and entrepreneurs, and go on field trips. The program culminates in a final project where you build your own product and share it with your class.” -Girls who (Various Dates and Sessions in Summer)

Girls Teaching Girls To Code

“Girls Teaching Girls to Code is a program where Stanford women teach and inspire Bay Area high school girls to explore Computer Science and Engineering. Students learn coding basics, build exciting projects, and develop strong relationships with mentors in the field.” (Girls Teaching Girls to Code Website) (Events Hosted All Year)

LITAS 4 Girls

LITAS4girls encourages middle school girls to pursue STEM fields, by teaching them to code. LITAS encourages these girls to code with creativity and build confidence in these girls, as well as developing their skill set in computer science for the future! (All Year)

NCWIT Aspirations in Computing

NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) provides technical girls and women with ongoing engagement, visibility, and encouragement for their computing-related interests and achievements from high school through college and into the workforce. AiC Community members are supported by their peers, volunteers, and NCWIT Alliance member organizations who offer exclusive access to scholarships, internships, and professional work. Community members also give back to others by planning and leading computing experiences for middle school girls and high school women. These opportunities allow women of the Community to strengthen their leadership, technical, and entrepreneurial skills, further preparing and motivating them to participate in the computing workforce. (Check Website for Dates)