Girls Who Code Q&A

Contributed by: Jessica Zepik

October 22, 2022

Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization that aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science by equipping young women with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st-century opportunities. Are you interested in learning more about how to start a club at your school? Not only is it FREE, but you will have access to standards-aligned coding lessons (thus no coding experience required!) and would be eligible to receive up to $300 to purchase materials and supplies for your club. During this informational session, you will learn about how to get started, get a sneak peek at the Girls Who Code platform, and get the chance to have your questions answered by an experienced club facilitator from a K-6 elementary school in Indiana.


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  • Jessica Zepik

    Jessica Zepik is a Media/eLearning Specialist at East Elementary, which is a part of South Madison Community Schools in Pendleton, IN. Her role includes managing the elementary library and supporting teachers and students with blended learning. She coaches the Spell Bowl team, sponsors the Girls Who Code club and serves on the School Improvement Committee. Jessica has a graduate certificate in Online Teaching and Assessment, a high ability endorsement and is a Project Lead the Way and Project Based Learning trainer. She is a lifelong learner who is passionate about education and loves working with teachers and students!