Girls Who Code at Binghamton University is a free ten-week program for high school girls in the Broome Country Area, offering learning opportunities as well as a supportive sisterhood to change what a programmer should look like and do.
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A Message From Our Founders
Girls Who Code is an international organization created to help introduce young women to the world of computer science. Binghamton University is a premier campus in upstate New York where girls in Broome County can partake in an 8 week program to learn computer science. Girls have so much to offer to the world - we believe in the power that they hold, and have no doubt they will be the catalyst in molding both present and future generations. Girls Who Code Club at Binghamton University strives to give young girls interested in STEM the support needed to shape them into leaders of the future. We have an educational program to help nurture these young women in developing skills they will carry throughout their lives.
Our Binghamton University Girls Who Code Chapter wholeheartedly believes in the mission and values that founded our organization - empowering women, fostering diversity, acting with integrity, and striving for excellence. We are committed to our students and their dreams for the future.
Please feel free to explore this website to learn more and/or contact us at for collaboration, general inquiries, sponsorship opportunities, etc.
Keep on Coding.
Fiona Liang, Caitlin Hall, Kasey Hill
Co-Founders GWC at Binghamton University
Class of '84
Thank you to all of the students and parents who make it possible for us at Girls Who Code to fulfill our mission.