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    Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program

    Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program


    • Listing Type: Summer Programs
    • Program Delivery: Day
    • Provided By: Independent Provider
    • Session Start: June, July
    • Session Length: Other
    • Entering Grade: 11th, 12th
    • Gender: Girls Only
    • Category: STEM
    • Sub-Categories: Coding
    • Selective: No
    • Ages: 15, 16, 17
    • Minimum Cost: Free
    • Credit Awarded: No
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    Our free virtual summer programs teach the computer science skills that students need to make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech. Participants will get exposure to tech jobs, meet women in tech careers, and join a supportive sisterhood. Choose from a 2-week immersion program or a 6-week self-paced experience while meeting others! All high school students who identify as girls or non-binary can apply, and no prior computer science experience is required.

    Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a FREE 7-week program for girls currently in 10th or 11th grade. Hosted at tech companies and corporate offices, girls explore careers in the tech industry by learning to code, exploring different facets of technology, and meeting women leaders in the field.

    Who: Current 10th and 11th grade girls and non-binary students. This is ideal for girls with little to no computer science experience (girls who have already taken AP or IB are ineligible).

    What: 7-week FREE summer program exploring coding, learning about the tech industry, and building a sisterhood of girls who code

    When: Start-dates vary by location, but all programs run 7-weeks, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

    Where: Over 80 sites across the country. View a full list of locations on our website.

    How much? Girls Who Code is free! Girls that qualify can also apply for a stipend up to $1200. All technology is provided, and girls get free lunch every day.