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Take a look at what the GirlsComputingLeague does to educate girls in Northern Virginia & Washington DC. Here you’ll find our workshop and event offerings along with instructions on how to register for them.
Learning by Doing
We believe that the primary way students learn is by interacting with technology directly through hands-on activities and use cases. By giving young girls the hardware, software, and mindware they need to develop code, engineer solutions, and design interfaces, these students walk away with objective lessons and a newfound inspiration to meet even greater challenges in the future.
We can provide your organization or school a one-time, introductory workshop, or weekly classes year-round as per your need. These are just a few of the course offerings we offer:
Robotics Workshops (FLL and FTC)
FLL (or First Lego League) is a robotics class designed for 9-14 year old and is more research-based, FTC (or First Tech Challenge) or more competitive robotics development .
JAVA and Python Programming
This is our basic training course designed to get kids cognitively
Mobile Application Development Classes
Scratch and Alice for Younger Students
Scratch and Alice are both
How To Register Your School For Our Workshops
Having a GirlsComputingLeague Workshop is easy because our resources are accessible to anyone who values the growth of young women in the technology sector. In three easy steps, we’ll get your workshop(s) booked and begin promoting your students to junior programmers in no time.
Email us with a proposal for workshops and classes. Please include a description is to How GirlsComputingLeague can
We’ll reach out to you about your requirements and allocate resources to stage your workshop.
We come to you on your reserved dates and present/tutor your students in your chosen field.
Interested in Our Annual AI Summit?
You have come to the right place, however, you aren’t there yet! We have so much we want to share about our AI Summits that we moved all of the content to its own website. By visiting, you can find information about our previous summits and see the details of our upcoming summit.
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!