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GirlCode Program

Bridging the Gender Gap in Tech

Recent research suggests that nearly 65 percent of today’s kindergartners will land in jobs that don’t yet exist, likely in the technology, science, and math industries. Yet, as of 2015, only 18 percent of graduates with a computer science degree identified as female. Now more than ever, we need to close the gender gap in tech by creating opportunities for inclusivity.

The Coding Space is committed to being a part of the solution by providing mentorship, opportunities for growth, and equitable access to girls, women, transgender people, gender non-conforming people, and non-binary people. Our welcoming and inclusive GirlCode program utilizes the same curriculum as our co-ed Beginner and Advanced classes while fostering a safe and supportive female-identifying space for our GirlCoders to develop their computational and critical thinking skills, intellectual confidence, and passion for STEM.

Choose Your Class Type

Experience Levels and Formats For Every Fit

Ready to sign up for a GirlCode Class or Camp? Every seasonal class and camp program we offer includes a GirlCode option. Check out our Programs page to learn more and register.


What GirlCoders and Their Parents Have to Say About Our Program

The atmosphere at GirlCode is so judge-free and friendly!

Yursa, age 9

Coding Space has a very positive spirit of collaborative learning. My daughter loves the classes and looks forward to them every week. She's learned a great deal about coding but also has developed a real confidence.

Julie, Brooklyn

All my other coding classes are with boys. At GirlCode, the community is way more supportive.

Rita, age 10

Scholarships Available

We believe that everyone has a right to equitable education in a safe and inclusive learning environment and are committed to increasing access to our high-quality coding programs. Our scholarship program accounts for 25 percent of the students we teach. Our long-term goal as we work towards educational equity is to reach 50 percent of our students through at-cost and pro-bono services.