WCoC hosts free, fun, beginner-friendly coding workshops every semester, on the Northeastern campus in Boston, MA. Our Spring 2024 semester has wrapped, and we'll share more about upcoming summer/fall workshops as soon as we plan them! In the meantime, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and sign up for our email list to stay in touch!

Already know some coding and want to volunteer? Send Laney an email -- laneys@northeastern.edu.

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About WCoC

Women's Community of Code offers free computer science workshops for girls* and women* to spark engagement and interest in Computer Science. All of our workshops are beginner-friendly. Everyone is welcome, and we always have fun! Read more about us in the Huntington News!

*Inclusive definition. We are welcoming and respectful of trans women, non-binary individuals, and any others who identify as a woman in a way that is significant to them.

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Our women's workshops (ages 18+) introduces practical computer science techniques for adults. We've learned how to build web sites from scratch using HTML and JavaScript, how to use Python to analyze data, and how to create compelling and effective visualizations of big data.

Our girls' workshops (ages 10-14) are fun, fast-paced, and allow for tons of creativity. We've learned how to build games and stories using the Alice programming language, how to do drawing and animation using ProcessingJS, how to solve encryptions, and lots more.

Above all, Women's Community of Code of Code is a community. We are proud to be part of a group that fosters support and encouragement among women in STEM, and we hope that you will join us!

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Black Lives Matter

WCoC stands with our dean in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. We are committed to making conscious decisions to support and include people of color. Technology can be a powerful instrument for change, and Black voices need to be included, represented, and supported.