Girls Who Code: Virtual Summer Programmes
February 17th 2022

Girls Who Code: Virtual Summer Programmes

Girls Who Code is currently accepting applications for their free Virtual Summer Programmes

Eligible applicants have a choice between a 2-week introductory computer science immersion program or a 6-week self-paced experience that will allow them to learn in their preferred style.

“We create a welcoming learning environment for girls and non-binary students ages 14-18 years old from all around the world to connect and learn together. We encourage first-time and intermediate coders to apply.”

Apply to Girls Who Code’s Summer Programmes
During this FREE virtual program, you will:

  • Learn how to use HTML, CSS, and Javascript coding skills to make an impact on what matters to you.
  • Not a coder yet? No problem! Get an inside look into the tech field.
  • Join an international sisterhood of supportive peers from around the world and make lifelong friendships.

Apply here today!

Apply by 16 February for priority consideration.
All applications are due by 18 March. Watch an informational webinar for additional details. 

Wanted: UK-based Computer Science Summer Teaching and Support Staff

This is an incredible opportunity to join the Girls Who Code community.

“Our paid summer positions include on-the-job coaching, the opportunity to join a team of fantastic educators, and a chance to inspire and teach students ages 14-18 how to code and have fun doing it!”

Open positions are available at this link.
Interested applicants can join a live informational session on Thursday 10 March at 7:00 pm GMT.

Coding CPD for Teachers

If you’re a primary or secondary teacher looking for Coding or Computing CPD, visit the Merseyside & Warrington or Cheshire & Wirral Computing Hubs and view their latest programmes.

Remote CPD to suit your needs!

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