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Girls Who CODE

what is
girls who code club?

 Girls Who Code Clubs are for 3rd-5th grade, and 6th-12th grade students to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and use computer science to change the world. When they join a Club, they will learn with adults in industry, practice new skills by completing fun and engaging projects, and build community through interactive activities .

Registration is now open for Fall Session of GWC! Meetings will be held every Saturday for 10 weeks, starting September 21st.

A young Girls Who Code Club participant points at her classmates laptop screen to help her

Our 3–5th Grade Clubs help build the foundational skills and understanding of computer science concepts and sisterhood through a reading discussion and coding activities. 

Our 6–12th Grade Club provides even more hands-on opportunities to learn and practice computer science concepts and sisterhood. Students will start transitioning to typed coding languages and take on projects as a team to work on collaborating and problem solving together.


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NewBoCo Education programs focus on encouraging creativity, fostering entrepreneurship, helping kids learn how to code, and promoting computer science.

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