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Girls Who Code Campus programs are two-week immersion programs for middle school (6th-8th grade) and high school (9th-12th grade) girls to learn computer science, learn about tech jobs and join and supportive sisterhood of girls who code across the U.S. Beginners welcome; no experienced necessary!

Cost $2,000 | Scholarships available to those who qualify!

FAQS:
What will girls learn in Campus? 

We offer two introductory Campus programs for middle and high school students. The middle school program, Introduction to Computer Science, is a two-week introductory computer science course that uses Scratch, a drag-and-drop programming language, to introduce girls to the fundamentals and creative power of computer science. The high school program, Introduction to Web Development, uses JavaScript, HTML and CSS to introduce the basics of web design.  In both programs, girls work together on projects that are designed to teach them the GWC Core4 Programming Concepts: loops, variables, conditionals, and functions and will learn about different female role models in computing. 

Who is eligible to attend Campus? 
Girls Who Code Campus is an introductory program for girls who are new to computer science. To apply, you must be a rising 6th through 8th grader for the middle school program or a rising 9th through 12th grader for the high school program and be able to spend the full two weeks with us.

Are boys eligible to join Girls Who Code Campus? 
Our programs are intended for students who identify as female regardless of gender assignment at birth or legal recognition.

When do Campus programs take place? 
Campus programs will take place June/July- August (exact dates are determined by Program host site). 

When are students notified of their acceptance to a Campus program?
All students and their parents or guardians will be notified of their acceptance via email shortly after their application is completed and reviewed by their program host site. If a program is full, students may be placed on a waitlist. 

Will Girls Who Code provide housing for the Campus program? 
No, Girls Who Code, and Program host sites do not provide housing. Campus programs are day programs and the vast majority of students apply to a location close to where they live.