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Girls ReCode Moments

2021 Summer Camp

In the summer of 2021, Girls ReCode hosted its first virtual camp for girls grades 3-8. We had a blast with the kids with over 30 campers, teaching an introduction to web development and app development while playing tons of games!

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Workshops and Academies

Every year since its founding, Girls ReCode hosts a new wave of workshops and/or academies. Workshops are 6 to 8 weeks of free virtual classes hosted teaching different coding curricula in-depth (app development, web development, java, python, etc.) Academies are classes taught after school in person at Lake Highland, teaching girls grades 5-6 how to code. 

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Ivey Lane Elementary School

In 2023, Girls ReCode began going to Ivey Lane Elementary School, a predominantly underprivileged school, to teach the kids about the world of computer science and the basics of coding with an introduction to Scratch, as well as entertain them with coding-related games. The students are ecstatic every time we visit and teach them something new!

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2023 Girls ReCode Hacks

In March of 2023, Girls ReCode hosted an international virtual hackathon with around 90 participants for girls and other gender minorities. The hackathon was a success, raising over $3000 to award 4 teams several prizes for their projects surrounding the theme of "In honor of Women’s History Month, create a project that aims to solve a challenge/problem that women or other gender minorities face." Check out all the projects here

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2023 India Workshop

This summer, Neha visited Hubli, India and was able to teach elementary and middle school students at the Rotary School a lesson on an introduction to computer science and Scratch! 


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