Why not get your career off to a flying start with one of two courses from Girls Who Code?

You can choose between a 2-week introductory computer science immersion programme or a 6-week self-paced experience that will allow you to learn as and when you can fit it into your schedule.

At Girls Who Code, we create a welcoming learning environment for girls and non-binary students aged 14-18 years old from all around the world to connect and learn together. We especially encourage first-time and intermediate coders to apply. To find out more about the programme watch our webinar!

What you will learn during this FREE virtual programme:

  • Learn how to use HTML, CSS, and Javascript coding skills to impact what matters to you. Not a coder yet? No problem!
  • Get an inside look into the tech field!
  • Join an international sisterhood of supportive peers worldwide and make lifelong friendships!

Option one: Two week Summer Immersion Programme

Join us for live, supportive classrooms hosted by industry-leading companies like MetLife, Bank of America, and Accenture. With our brand-new game design curriculum, you’ll learn the fundamentals of game design, UX, and the iterative design process. By the end of the programme, participants will build a suite of short games using p5.js, a JavaScript library for creative coding.

Option two: Six week Self-Paced Programme

Join us to learn to code through independent study and real-world projects. Students can choose from three learning tracks and earn beginner-level certificates of completion in HTML, CSS, or JavaScript for web development or intermediate-level certificates of completion in Python for cybersecurity or data science.

Apply now!

All applications must be received by

Wednesday, March 29th.

Teaching staff also required!

We are also looking for enthusiastic UK-based computer science teaching and support staff. This is an incredible opportunity to join the GWC community. Our paid summer positions include on-the-job coaching, the opportunity to join a team of fantastic educators, and a chance to inspire and teach students ages 14-18 on how to code and have fun doing it! Open positions are available at this link.