Girls Who Code, the international non-profit working to close the gender gap in tech, invites you to participate in the #1000ClubChallenge during CS ED Week, December 9 - 13th!


The #1000ClubChallenge is an effort to promote middle and high school computer science education, as well as college and career readiness. Our goal is to start 1,000 6-12th grade Girls Who Code Clubs in 7 days! We know it’s ambitious, but we believe in taking risks and being brave in order to make a profound impact. Join us in this challenge as we work together to end the gender gap in tech!


Girls Who Code Clubs are about coding--and so much more. 6th-12th grade girls join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models while using computer science to change the world. Our interactive curriculum introduces computer science concepts while encouraging girls to hone skills (like bravery and resilience) that they will use to pursue their careers. Plus, our curriculum is flexible. Even if you already have STEM programming, our plug-and-play model allows you to supplement your current initiatives with our activities and resources. 


Show your commitment to CS education and CS college and career readiness by pledging to launch 5, 10, 15 or 20 Clubs in January 2020!


Ready to join the movement? 

Apply to start a 6-12th grade Club, attend a webinar or our Facebook Live application party.