F.A.Q.


General Questions

As part of the national organization Girls Who Code, all of the curriculum that we use comes from lessons designed by the organization. Girls can choose a variety of projects of different skill levels, so that they can pursue something that interests them.
Clubs are run on a semesterly basis. For the Spring 2019 semester, our clubs will start near the end of January or early February and run until the end of April. While meeting durations will vary slightly based on location, typically meetings are 1 to 1 1/2 hours long.

For K-12 Students in the St. Louis Area

We're looking for middle- and high-school girls who live in the Greater St. Louis area to participate in our program. For more information visit our Join as a Participant page.
Nope! All curriculum is provided for free from the national organization Girls Who Code, and any materials and programs will be provided by our group for no cost during meetings.
Currently, only students at the respective schools are eligible to join our program. If you're interested in starting a club at your school, let us know at communications.gwcwashu@gmail.com!
No worries! If the current time doesn't work for you this semester, email us to let us know that you're interested and check back in a few months. We're looking into hosting more groups next semester to give students more options to join.

For WashU Students

Thank you for your interest in GWC WashU! We will be opening up applications within the next few weeks. If you have any questions about the application process, please email gwc.washu@gmail.com

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