Girls Who Code

GWC students collaborate on a coding project
GWC students collaborate on a coding project. Photo Credit: Girls Who Code Columbia

Girls Who Code has a Columbia club chapter that runs during the school year. This national organization is dedicated to closing the gender gap in the technology and engineering sectors. The program meets on campus and recruits high school girls from local high-need partner schools.

The club runs classes on Saturdays and has two levels, (10am – 12pm for introductory and 12pm-2pm for experienced). The chapter accepts a new applicants in the beginning of each semester.

Get Involved

Students from grades 8-12 can participate in the courses. Courses are currently full.

Interested in classes offered in future semesters? Fill out this form.

CU students teach or TA the sessions. Undergraduates may also join the student executive board and graduate students can be trained as instructors by GWC central.

Interested in teaching or joining the e-board? Email columbiagwc@gmail.com.

For more information about the club visit the GWC website.

Faculty can serve as advisers to the group. If interested email columbiagwc@gmail.com.