SheTech: The Coding Club is an evening coding meetup for all of you who are looking for some inspiration and motivation to get started with programming and to those of you already knowledgeable and experienced programmers who are looking to meet like minded people sharing the same interests.
Joining the meetup will give you a safe and supportive environment of people sharing the same interests as you do, a place where you will feel like you fit in. Are you looking for new opportunities within the tech industry and want expand your knowledge, this is the right place for you.
What to expect
You can either join the club with a project of your own or you will be given an assignment to work on, a goal to accomplish. You will learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals, and functions that form the basis for all programming languages. It’s up to you whether you want to work in a team or your own.
100% FREE to attend.
Depending on our partners, we have different locations for our meetups, so check our calendar on Facebook for more details.
The meetups are once or twice a month for 3 hours after working hours.
Joining the club will give you a safe and supportive environment of female students sharing the same interests as you do, a place where you will feel like you fit in. Beyond the Club, you will be part of an alumni network of Wonder coders and creators across Denmark who are using programming to solve problems and impact the future.
What to expect?
You can either join the club with your own school coding project or you will be given an assignment to work on throughout the semester. You will learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals, and functions that form the basis for all programming languages. And work in teams to design and build a project that solves real life problems through code.
100% FREE to attend. The clubs will provide space and internet connection.
To join a club, find a club in your area and contact the local facilitator. You can join anytime during the school year.
The coding clubs take place in local high schools, universities, libraries and more.
The coding clubs meet once a week for 3 hours on late afternoons or during the weekend.
Start a club
Help us close the gender gap in IT, by starting a WonderCoders coding club in your community. Become an ambassador and facilitator and help us empower and support women in STEM. Clubs can be hosted in schools, universities, libraries, community centers etc. Everyone can be a facilitator – teachers, computer scientists or volunteers from any background or field. No prior experience in programming is needed in order for you to start a club, you can learn alongside with the club members. If interested please, do not hesitate to contact us. The change starts with you!