Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology.
When I started Girls Who Code, I never would have imagined that we would grow to become a movement reaching almost 90,000 girls of all backgrounds in all 50 states. And now, just six years into our work, we've reached a tipping point.
We are on track to achieve gender parity in computer science by 2027. And we know why: because our work is as much about quantity, as it is about quality. We scale our programs to reach more girls in more places, and give them the chance to forge lifelong bonds so they may persist in computer science. ... They are solving problems in their communities, empowering their friends, and defining the future of our world.
Notes: The above descriptive information came from the organization's About Us page. Girls Who Code has several locations in Philadelphia.
In The News
- Girls Who Code founder: Philly should 'learn from the mistakes of the Valley', Technical.ly Philly, February 11, 2019.
- Volunteer: Volunteer