Girls Who Code Club Starting at the Library

August 17, 2015
By BCPL

Starting in August, the Library will begin hosting a Girls Who Code Club. This club is designed specifically for girls in middle school, and will introduce coding and computer programming to girls who are interested in learning about computer science.


The first meeting of the Girls Who Code Club will be held on Monday, August 17th at 3:30 pm in the Computer Lab at the Library. Subsequent meetings will be held on Monday afternoons and will run through mid-December. No experience is necessary, however due to limited space registration is required. (If the need and interest exists, other coding groups may be forming for those students who are not middle school aged girls.)


For more information or to register for this free program, please call 859.238.7323 or contact Beth Goode at bgoode@BoylePubLib.org.


About Girls Who Code:


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 been launched nationally in over 25 States, helping thousands of girls learn how to code. More information about the national organization can be found online at www.girlswhocode.com.