Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission:
to close the gender gap in technology
Free for all girls grades 5 - 12
This Fall we're learning how to program the Lego EV3
During each meeting, we will introduce a woman
who has made a difference in some STEM area, work
collaboratively with club members to learn coding.
We meet at centertec in the Oxford Valley Mall every Tuesday from 5 to 8 pm.
centertec will provide the workshop room, pizza and drinks for dinner and time to experiment with Virtual Reality!
We believe that all girls have the interest and ability to learn to code. centertec is working with Girls Who Code to close the gender employment difference in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like.
The aim is to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.
There are now over 1500 Girls Who Code clubs across America, with the organization aiming to teach one million girls to code by 2020, and centertec is proud to be a part of this grate mission.
Girls Who Code has reached over 90 thousand girls in all 50 states and several US territories.
Arta is Professor Emeritus from Bucks County Community College as a member of the STEM Department. She continues to teach for BCCC in online format. Arta is proud to have worked with MIT as Teacher for App Invento. Arta serves as member of the Curriculum Committee for TechGirlz.org.
Its free and always will be free.