Quality. Year-Round. Programming

 "What did I like about uCodeGirl summer session?...everything!" ~Zoe

"What did I like about uCodeGirl summer session?...everything!" ~Zoe

As pre-teen/teenager I was interested in robotics, engineering and technology, but there were few opportunities where girls were made to feel welcomed. 

The idea behind uCodeGirl is very exciting to me and I am glad that young girls are being given a space and opportunity to participate in activities such as coding.  
— Katie Twedell, Project Manager, Flint Group
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uCodeGirl makes technology learning age-appropriate, fun, and accessible.

Inspire . Innovate. Lead

uCodeGirl offers the following key program opportunities for girls ages 12-18. 

CRACK THE CODE: Summer TECH CAMP FOR GIRLS

June-July. Project-based hands on programming that inspires creativity, fosters collaboration, sharpens communication, and cultivates critical thinking. 

When you register to take a uCodeGirl summer tech day camp, you will be part of the uCodeGirl community. A community of like-minded girls, inspiring female role models/mentors, and a rich collection of programs & activities offered through out the year!  

CRACK THE CODE: STEM MENTORSHIP FOR GIRLS

October -May. The program brings together area female industry professionals, entrepreneurs, educators and leaders in Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) to mentor young women in order to foster a STEM ecosystem.

STEM mentorship facilitates one-on-one mentoring relationships between the female role models and their teen mentees to provide substantive, skills-based programs and networking opportunities for both mentors and mentees.

Through the monthly group events, uCodeGirl aims to build a support system for teen girls to be nurtured for STEM academic success and to support students’ pursuit of their academic and career aspirations.

CRACK THE CODE: TECHPRENEURSHIP FOR GIRLS

Oct-Feb. Cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset is one of the mission of uCodeGirl. Through problem-based experiential learning using design thinking and engineering design process, the young women explore solutions to real-world community problems.  

Building a pathway to technology career through real-world exposure and continuous engagement to technology companies, and academic higher institutions.

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I was nervous at first because I was the youngest in the class. When I got home, I taught my older sister and mom how to code. Now I use what I learned at uCode Girl every week. I discovered my passion for coding.
— Abby Sundeen, 6th grade - Middle School