Spartan Girls Who Code
A signature MSU WIE & CSE Outreach Program, Spartan Girls Who Code (SGWC) aims to inspire and empower girls to create technology for the benefit of all. Run by students for students, MSU student-mentors guide 6th- through 12th-grade student-participants through a fun, engaging and empowering learning experience.
SGWC is a program for everyone — everyone can learn to code!
Saturdays, Jan. 20−Apr. 13 • 10:00 a.m.−noon.
Except Feb. 24, Mar. 2, Mar. 23, Mar. 30
By regestering interest, you are applying to participate in the entire Spring 2024 session. To be elligible for a certificate of completion and small incentives, you must attend at least 8 of the 9 scheduled meetings and complete a final project.
In the event that a meeting is cancelled (due to instructor illness, etc), we will send a notice to the contact email address(es) provided at registration and post a notice in the news by 8:00 a.m. of the affected Saturday.
Thanks to generous support from Michigan State and Ford, instruction and software are provided free of charge.
In-person meetings does not have any technology requirements.
Remote meetings require use of a device with at least the capability of a Chromebook connected to the internet. Although not required, we recommend the device is equipped with a webcam and microphone to permit full engagement with mentors and other participants.
Course software will run best in Chrome, but is compatible with other web browsers. The most recent version of Zoom should be used.
* In achieving its goals, Spartan Girls Who Code does not unlawfully discriminate. All events and programs are open to students of all genders.