TPL – Girls Who Code
The Tuscaloosa Public Library is pleased to announce that it will be the site for a Girls Who Code club! We are seeking volunteers with computer science and coding knowledge to teach classes.
The Girls Who Code Clubs Program teaches computer science to 6th-12th grade girls. This unique and scalable model enables girls nationally to access Girls Who Code in their communities. Clubs have launched nationally in over 25 States, helping thousands of girls learn how to code.
The Girls Who Code Clubs Program Experience:
- Skills— Forty hours of instruction in computer science including project based activities to reinforce concepts like conditionals, lists, and loops as well as skills like mobile app development.
- Exposure— Girls Who Code Clubs host speakers, coordinate field trips and engage with the local tech community. Girls Who Code facilitates exclusive connections where possible, providing unique opportunities to Club participants.
- Community— As Clubs participants, girls have access to this supportive and engaged network of teachers, mentors, professionals, and fellow students.
Click here for Girls Who Code overview.
Become a volunteer!
Our volunteer instructors are at the core of the Girls Who Code Clubs Program. This is a truly unique opportunity to empower women in CS and help transform the landscape of tech into a better, more inclusive industry.
Our Instructors are industry professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, and computer science enthusiasts who are committed to achieving gender parity in the tech workforce. Instructors must have experience in Computer Science to qualify. We take care of the rest with a comprehensive curriculum and training in CS education and classroom management techniques.
Click here to learn more about becoming an instructor.
Click here to volunteer with Girls Who Code.