If you're looking for fun ways to expand your youth programming this spring, Girls Who Code Clubs are a great option for 3rd-5th and 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and use computer science to change the world. Our Mini-Club Plan is only 10 meetings long, there's no coding experience needed to run the club, and every club can receive a $300 Club Fund to supplement their activities!
This academic year, we've grown the Girls Who Code community to over 200 Girls Who Code clubs across Wisconsin, and we'd love for your library to join the movement! However, if you're not sure about filling out our Clubs Application just yet, or if you have questions about Girls Who Code, Megan Cindric, the Girls Who Code Partnership Coordinator for Wisconsin, is here to help! If you'd like to schedule a time to talk more about Girls Who Code, feel free to schedule a call using this link. Thank you, and we hope you will join the movement!
Regional Partnership Coordinator - WI, MN
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The Girls Who Code club programs can support your library's STEM goals!
Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE after-school programs for 3rd-5th and 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Participants not only learn hard coding skills & computational thinking, but they'll also learn project management skills, collaboration, bravery, how to positively impact their community, and so much more!
When you start a Girls Who Code club, you gain access to all of the following:
There's no computer science experience needed to host a club, since Girls Who Code is with you every step of the way, and there is absolutely NO reason to not take advantage of this free opportunity today! Even if you don't have the details of your club finalized yet, you can complete our easy Club Form to access all of our resources and curriculum today! Here are some next steps to get you ready to launch a club in the new year:
If this sounds like something you'd be interested in for your library, Megan Cindric (Regional Partnership Coordinator - WI, MN) would love to take some time to chat with you. You can schedule a time to talk using this link. She can also be reached at:
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