Our Vision: To increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.
BLACK GIRLS CODE: Teaching a New Generation of Innovators
On March 9, 2013 Black Girls Code, hosted it's first mobile journalism + coding workshop during the SXSW Interactive festival in Austin, Texas. Take a look at some of the work our bright students completed and the words of wisdom received on: "Why Should Black Girls CODE?"
Imagine the Impact
When we give girls of color the tools to develop their own future, great things are bound to happen. BGC founder Kimberly Bryant can definitely relate. Read what she has to say about girls in STEM fields.
BGC Girls on the Go
Since BGC's launch in 2011, the girls of BlackGirlsCode have eagerly jumped into programming. Have a look at what we've done to support girls in STEM and register for upcoming classes!
Help Us Grow
Together, we can change the face of technology to create opportunities for all. Donate your time and expertise, or make a contribution, or both!
Keep in Touch
We're on the move, but it's easy to keep in touch with BGC via
Twitter, Facebook, and the BGC blog.
Are you a girl who codes? Or know one? Shop the BGC Store. . .
+ MEDIA: Find press releases, images, and media tools.
Do you code? Are you an organizer? Photographer? Just want to help out as we grow and expand to new cities? Sign up to volunteer here.
Sign up your budding coders below for our next class!
Your donation will help support our programs and workshops across the country.
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