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Girls Who Code Club at the City University of New York-College of Staten Island techincubatorsi. Only a few seats are left! Join the movement to bridge the gender gap in tech. Connect with Ismael Hasan at the College of Staten Island www.csitechincubator.com for more info.

Girls Who Code offers free after-school programs for 3rd-5th and 6th-12th-grade girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world. These are our core values:


Join a safe and supportive environment of peers and role models where girls learn to see themselves as computer scientists.

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Learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals and functions that form the basis for all programming languages.


Work in teams to design a computer science impact project that solves real-world problems the girls care about.

GRADES 3 – 5
  • Clubs can be run entirely unplugged, with optional online components.
  • Girls read and discuss our nonfiction book, Girls Who Code Learn to Code and Change the World, and then complete thematically related challenges.
  • Copies of Girls Who Code nonfiction books are provided along with free curriculum and support.
GRADES 6 – 12
  • Require a desktop or laptop computer and reliable internet access.
  • Girls build character and coding skills as they learn, plan, build and celebrate together to create a project that they care about.
  • Free curriculum and support; meeting guides, self- guided tutorials.

Why Girls Who Code Clubs?

The Problem: Computing is where the jobs are — and where they will be in the future — but our girls are being left behind.

Our Impact

Girls Who Code values diversity, equity and inclusion as essential to our mission. We focus our work not only on gender diversity but also on young women who are historically underrepresented in computer science fields.

of girls served come from Historically Under represented Groups.*

* This includes girls who are Black, Latina, and from low-income households.