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Girls Who Code Coming to Minnesota

St. Kate’s is excited to be partnering with Girls Who Code to bring their campus programs to Minnesota. Since 2012, Girls Who Code has connected over 40,000 middle and high school girls across the country to coding education and a community of fellow creators!

This summer in the Twin Cities, Girls Who Code Campus will be offering six 2-week courses to middle and high school girls in the Twin Cities. 

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Campus programs will be available at St. Kate’s, Visitation, and Minnetonka Public Schools.

Register Now (Early bird pricing ends December 31st. Use the code THANKS for the Thanksgiving $250 discount over the Thanksgiving weekend.)

Campus offers a research-based curriculum taught by high-caliber instructors. These programs will prepare girls to consider careers in technology, expose them to role models in STEM fields, and introduce them to the national Girls Who Code alumni network of ambitious, creative young women.

Learn more about Campus

At Campus programs, students will:

  • Connect coding to their interests
  • Build bravery and confidence
  • Learn more about careers and women in tech
  • Join a supportive sisterhood of girls who code all across the US.

Faculty with and teachers who have completed our online courses in computational thinking and coding are encouraged to apply for Girls Who Code’s teaching and teaching assistant positions. Contact Siri Anderson for more information.


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