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Girls Who Code

There are a number of ways to get involved with Girls Who Code. There are opportunities to become a partner, fundraiser, or use their lesson plans. You might also be able to start a club or join the March for Sisterhood.

Start a Club

If you are a member of a nonprofit organization and have access to a classroom with computers, you may be able to start a club. Girls Who Code can provide training, a custom learning platform, curriculum, and other resources.

Lesson Plans

Girls Who Code provides downloadable lesson plans so you can teach and inspire. Topics include the history of women in tech and computational thinking concepts.

March for Sisterhood

Check out the March for Sisterhood here and join the all-digital march by girls, for girls.


Girls Who Code makes it easy (and fun) to fundraise. Whether you want to enroll in a workplace giving program, or get your community together to host a fundraising videogame tournament, Girls Who Code is a great organization to support.


Girls Who Code has a number of corporate partnerships.


There are Girls Who Code locations all over the United States. Find yours here: 


Today, fewer than 1 in 5 CS graduates are women. Girls Who Code is creating learning opportunities and career pathways to help close that gap.