Girls Who Code: Bring CS to Girls Across Country

by Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code: Bring CS to Girls Across Country
Girls Who Code: Bring CS to Girls Across Country
Girls Who Code: Bring CS to Girls Across Country
Girls Who Code: Bring CS to Girls Across Country

Project Report | Jul 30, 2019
The Future is Sisterhood

By Krystal Zamora | Partner Development Associate

Letter from Reshma:

One of the most powerful bonds a girl can have is the bond of sisterhood, the bond of a community that rises together. In 2018, we took you on a journey through sisterhood. Using song and dance and conversation and comedy, we celebrated healing in sisterhood, learning in sisterhood, and coding and growing in sisterhood. We reflected on how far sisterhood has brought us… and, more importantly, how far it will take us. And it will take us far. When I talk to the girls in our programs, the girls who have graduated from our programs, I am filled with hope for our future. They are diverse and brilliant and kind and brave. They have the skills to create technologies that will change the world and a sisterhood to support them as they do. They – we, Girls Who Code – are the future. And we’re glad to have you as part of it.

We've released our 2018 Annual Report. Below are some great highlights!

Since our founding in 2012, we have served 185,000 girls!

50% are from historically underrepresented groups (HUGs)

In 2019, we expect our college-aged alumni cohort to grow to nearly 30,000 and they're majoring in CS-related fields at 15x the national rate.


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Girls Who Code

Location: New York, NY - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @GirlsWhoCode
Girls Who Code
Isabel Baylor
Project Leader:
Isabel Baylor
New York , NY United States

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