Girls who code

Girls Who Code Clubs are free programs for 3–5 and 6–12 grade girls, female-identifying and non-binary students to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world. GWC is an international nonprofit working to close the gender gap in technology.
When you sign up to start a Club, you’ll gain access to 120+ hours of flexible curriculum featuring sisterhood activities, lessons about women in tech, self-guided coding tutorials for all skill levels in a variety of programming languages including Scratch, Python, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and p5.js, and more. All training and materials are free, and no coding experience is needed for you or your students!
A typical Club generally meets 1–2 hours for 10–15+ sessions during the year, but you’ll have the flexibility to fully customize a schedule that works for you—whether you’re meeting virtually or in-person. We have Clubs as small as three members, to as big as 30+! Clubs can be hosted through a school, library, university or other non-profit.
Make sure to list South Central Service Cooperative as your Community Partner on the last page of the application to get even more support and swag for your Club! 
For more information or to start a club in your area, please visit or email