Vision: To Train 1,000,000 girls in Nigeria, Ghana, Kigali, South Africa how to build web + mobile apps + games with Phyton, JAVA & C++ by 2025.
- To increase the number of women in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 15 to 35 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.
- To increase the earning potential of women at the workplace by enabling them to take up careers in High paying creative STEM jobs.
Imagine the Impact
When we give girls the tools to develop their own future, great things are bound to happen. GSC founder Elizabeth Olorunleke Edwards can definitely relate. Read what she has to say about girls in STEM fields. link
GSC Girls on the Go
Since GSC’s launch in 2017, the girls of GirlsSlayCode have eagerly jumped into programming. Have a look at what we’ve done to support girls in STEEM and register for upcoming classes!
Help Us Grow
Together, we can change the face of technology to create opportunities for all. Donate your time and expertise, or make a contribution, or both!
Keep in Touch
We’re on the move, but it’s easy to keep in touch with GSC via @tech4herafrica Twitter, Facebook, and the our blog.
Our last batch was hosted at American Corner-CCHUB in May- See pictures here: link
GirlsSlayCode project is Powered by Tech4her Africa.