Federation of Ontario Public Libraries

  1. Applications are still open for Girls Who Code Clubs that plan to run this spring, summer, or even next school year. Please encourage your network to get their applications in so that they can begin to inspire the next generation of female technologists – APPLY HERE.

  2. We’ve hired incredible staff members to provide support to our partners in Canada and will be introducing you soon!

Girls Who Code Clubs are now for students ages 11-18!

April is a perfect time to start planning programming for the end of the school year, summer, or the upcoming school year, so I hope that you’ll find some time to send out information about Clubs to your network soon! If you’re looking for somewhere to start, please feel free to use the language below, which I pulled from our Outreach Toolkit

Join students and educators across the country by partnering with Girls Who Code to bring computer science opportunities to girls in your community! Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE after-school programs that are designed to get girls ages 11-18 excited about computer science. In Clubs, girls engage in fun and engaging online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, learn about inspiring role models in tech, and work together to design solutions to real-world problems facing their communities. Clubs are designed to be run by anyone, regardless of experience with computer science. This Clubs Overview flyer includes all program details.

Learn more by signing up for an upcoming Girls Who Code webinar.

Ready to join the movement? Complete a Clubs application here!

Have questions? Contact Girls Who Code at international@girlswhocode.com!


Jackson Thomas

International Program Manager

Schedule a call with me to learn more about launching Clubs in your community this school year!