Emerging Technology For All


For the past 6 years, GirlsComputingLeague has been a leader in bringing emerging technology to the students who will shape its future and shift the balance of diversity in the technology workplace. We aim to empower students in our programs to be leaders and changemakers in their communities through hands-on learning and instilling confidence and community.

What We Do

Educate, Empower, Inspire, Change

AI Summit Series

As the first AI Conference for high school students, the AI Summit Series has worked to educate the next generation of technologists, innovators, and leaders for the past four years. We make AI accessible in an exciting project-based, expert-led environment 


We’re currently in over 15 states across the US. Join or start a chapter to use GirlsComputingLeague’s experiences and resources to make a lasting impact on your local community.

1000 Schools Project

Spurred by the inequities in education exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis, our moonshot is to support 1000 low-income educational centers by the end of 2021 with technology-related resources such as computers, internet access, and a STEAM education.

GCL Scholars

In line with our mission for social justice and equity, we’re empowering leaders at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to teach emerging technology in their local communities. GCL will be pioneering a new discussion-based method of asking critical questions that will enable these future leaders to shape the future of technology.

Together We Make An Impact

After participating in our numerous programs, students, teachers, industry experts, and families feel confident in their abilities and optimistic about the future of technology.


Building Passions

Of students would come back next year for the same GCL-run event if given the chance.



Of students agreed or strongly agreed with the statement that “people like me can do well learning technology” after a GCL event.


Neccessary Initiatives

Of students agreed that the AI summit was instrumental in their understanding of AI and Emerging Technology.

Talking to the Next Generation of AI Technologists at the GCL AI Summit

It was exciting to get a chance to talk to the next generation of AI technologists at the GirlsComputingLeague AI Summit. Having a serious discussion with these students about ethical AI and how to use AI for good was extremely rewarding.

Dominic Delmolino

Chief Technology Officer, Accenture

From Budget Cuts to a Funded Computer Science Program

This year, cuts forced us to eliminate the science and computer classes, but thanks to this generous grant from [GirlsComputingLeague], we will be able to continue inspiring students to explore hands-on science. The grant will allow us to create an after-school student robotics club.

Felicia Usher

Principal, Weyanoke Elementary School

GCL Brought Us the Resources We Needed

I wanted to again thank you for donation to Crestwood Elementary School to support our efforts to increase our students’ experiences in coding and robotics.  We have ordered the robots and are going to start a before school club after winter break.  I will also be using the robots in my instruction at all grade levels.  The students are really excited and can’t wait to start programming.

Rebekkah Kline

Technology Coach, Crestwood Elementary

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Executive Supporters

Leaders Who Truly Lead

GirlsComputingLeague is honored to have a group of forward-thinking mentors and supportors.

Corporate Supporters

Powering Future Generations

Through our GCL Chapters program, we hope to have a more national impact in communities outside of our National Headquarters in the Washington DC Area. Join our team to make an impact in your local community with the backing of GirlsComputingLeague’s resources.

Let’s Change Together!

Your support will help us to make emerging technology education accessible to all students, regardless of gender, race, or socioeconomic status.