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uCodeGirl offers a pathway to technology careers for teen girls by tapping into their curiosity, skills and potential. With various enrichment programs and STEM mentorship initiative, uCodeGirl makes technology interesting, relevant and age-appropriate. 

By inviting all girls to opt-in early to the various ways technology solves real-world problems, uCodeGirl helps them visualize a confident driving force behind innovation. uCodeGirl aims to help teen girls see the possibility of increasing her earning potential and an upward socioeconomic mobility.

uCodeGirl is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a purpose of democratizing the technology sandbox with diverse voices as a result of increased participation of women.

 

Intrigued by the question, "How can I see more of me in the technology workforce?" Betty Gronneberg who holds an M.S. in Software Engineering and was selected to the prestigious Bush Foundation Leadership Fellow, founded uCodeGirl to help young girls re-write their future.  

Intrigued by the question, "How can I see more of me in the technology workforce?" Betty Gronneberg who holds an M.S. in Software Engineering and was selected to the prestigious Bush Foundation Leadership Fellow, founded uCodeGirl to help young girls re-write their future.  

The Advisory Board


The Advisory Board


 

"I was very honored and excited to be asked to join the board of uCodeGirl. As a professor, woman, leader, and mother, nothing gives me greater pleasure than actions and organizations that support the empowerment of girls. The earlier girls can gain skills that will enhance their competence, the better their chances will be later on — to become whatever they wish to be, and particularly, to rise into leadership." ~ Faith Ngunjiri – Professor and Author, Concordia College.