Girls Who Code Club

Looking to sign up now for the 2020-2021 sessions?

Sign up for Girls Who Code starting Wednesday, September 9 at 6:30 PM by clicking the button below to register via Eventbrite.

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All of our fall sessions for Girls Who Code will be virtual, so look for the Zoom information to join Girls Who Code in your confirmation email after registering.

We will have an Information Session for parents and members on Wednesday, September 16, at 6:30 PM through Zoom.  Our first official club meeting will happen the next week, Wednesday, September 23, at 6:30 PM.


What is Girls Who Code?

Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit organization leading the movement to inspire, educate and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st-century opportunities. Through our Summer Immersion Program and Girls Who Code Clubs, we aim to close the gender gap in technology.


What can you learn with Girls Who Code?

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Graphics
  • Game Design
  • Cryptography
  • Mobile Development
  • So. Much. More.

Who is Girls Who Code for?

We are hosting this year’s club for girls ages 10 up through 18 (grades 5 to 12). In the past, we’ve offered the clubs to girls in grades 6 through 12 are welcome in the club.

As cited in the Girls Who Code Diversity, Equity and Inclusion statement, our Girls Who Code clubs welcomes all young women who are historically underrepresented in computer science fields. Girls Who Code welcomes into our community and programs anyone who identifies as female regardless of assignment at birth. Our programs also welcome people who identify as non-binary or gender nonconforming and want to be in a female-identified environment. Please read the full statement here.


When will the Girls Who Code club start?

The 2020-2021 session will start up on Wednesday, September 23 at 6:30 PM in Zoom.

Register through the button at the top of the page to get the Zoom information to join our club meetings.

 


Who are our Instructors?

Elsa

Elsa works in technology market research in Cambridge, focusing on the security and privacy industry. She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass Amherst.

Gina

Gina works in quantitative finance in Boston. She earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematical economics from Colgate University.

 


Examples

Please take a look at this year’s curriculum overview here.


Contact Us

If you have further questions about the Girls Who Code clubs in Brookline, click here.

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