Girls Who Code Summer Programming

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Girls Who Code offers free virtual programs for high school girls and non-binary students to learn the computer science skills this Summer! More than learning to code, participants will meet inspiring professionals across diverse industries and tap into lifelong college and career support to help them succeed in their first interviews and jobs.

  • In the 2-week Summer Immersion Program for current 9th-11th graders, participants will join live, supportive classrooms hosted by industry-leading companies like MetLife, Bank of America, and Accenture. They’ll learn the fundamentals of game design, UX, and the iterative design process. By the end of the program, participants will build a suite of short games using p5.js, a JavaScript library for creative coding. Eligible students can apply for laptop or hotspot access and $300 grants for financial support.
  • In their 6-week Self-Paced Program for current 9th-12th graders, participants will learn to code through independent study and real-world projects. Students can choose from three learning tracks and earn beginner-level certificates of completion in HTML, CSS, or JavaScript for web development or intermediate-level certificates of completion in Python for cybersecurity, data science, or artificial intelligence.

Fill out the interest form at to be one of the first to know when the application goes live in mid-January.

All high school girls and non-binary students are welcome to apply, including past participants. Students historically underrepresented in tech are highly recommended to apply, including students who are Black, Latinx, or eligible for free or reduced lunch. 

Share their digital flyer, request a pack of physical flyers, or watch a webinar for more information.