Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program

Act fast! Application closes March 19, 2021.

What is SIP? 

SIP is a free 2-week virtual introductory computer science program with staggered rounds throughout the summer for students to explore HTML, CSS and Javascript, and also interact with industry leaders like AT&T, Goldman Sachs, SnapChat, and Disney. There will also be a self-paced option to participate at any time in the summer if they need more flexibility in their schedule! 

Participation is 100% free, and need-based stipends of up to $300 and tech support are provided for those who qualify



Applicants must be current 9-11th grade students (rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors) who identify as female, non-binary, or gender non-conforming. Participants can be beginners or already have some computer science experience. 



Don’t miss your chance to join Girls Who Code’s free Summer Immersion Program for current 9-11th grade girls and non-binary students! Girls Who Code welcomes all eligible students to apply for their introductory coding program, and strongly encourages applicants who are historically underrepresented in tech including Black, Latinx, and  low-income students. Check out this flyer to learn more. Fill out the quick application here before the deadline on March 19th.

This is being shared on behalf of Girls Who Code. The Arizona Department of Education is not affiliated with Girls Who Code. ADE does not endorse Girls Who Code or their affiliates. For more information, please contact Amanda Souza at

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