Oregon Chapter Mission
What We Strive For
At the Oregon Chapter of GirlsComputingLeague, we aim to create an environment where everyone can get access to computer science resources. We want to motivate more individuals to pursue careers in technology, especially those who are underrepresented in the field. We hope to make a difference!
Oregon Chapter Leader
Hi! My name is Srinidhi, and I’m a sophomore at Westview High School. STEM is something I am very passionate about, and I lead STEAM camps for middle schoolers across different states. I have even received awards in STEM competitions, like EngineerGirl and Ecybermission. I continue to learn more about computer science and coding, specifically focusing on web development and AI. Outside of programming, my interests include painting, tennis, and entrepreneurship.
As a chapter leader of GirlsComputingLeague, I hope to share my passion for computer science and technology with other students, especially those who are underrepresented in the field. I plan on doing this through various events, including competitions and classes!
See How We Are Making a Difference
Events Coming Soon
This chapter is working hard to begin planning new events for students in their state. If you would like to help plan events or be apart of the chapter’s future plans, email the chapters team at Oregon@girlscomputingleague.org
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Girls Computing League works hard every day to help students achieve their dreams of entering a technical career field. We work with companies both to create higher education opportunities for students and hunt for mentors willing to support the next generation of computer scientists. However, we are reliant on our global community of enthusiasts, students and activists to bring about true change. If you are a student who would like to join this local chapter and be apart of the movement to bring about global change through computer science click on the button below to get started.
GirlsComputingLeague a nonprofit who aims to empower underrepresented groups in the technology workplace by fostering the interests of young women in computer science, data science, and technology. We specialize in teaching computer science, data science and information technology concepts to students in Northern Virginia and the Washington Metropolitan area.
GirlsComputingLeague is indeed a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN: 47-5186652). All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations. We rely on corporate sponsors and individual donors to fund our programs and our team is entirely volunteer-based. You can see a full list of our Executive & Corporate Supporters on our Supporters page. Thank you for considering donating to GirlsComputingLeague. We truly appreciate your generosity!