FALL 2019 REGISTRATIONS OPEN NOW!

Welcome to CODE4her!

What is CODE4her?

CODE4her mentorship was started by the BG Women in Computing (BGWIC) student organization under the direction of their faculty advisor Jadwiga A. Carlson and initially funded by Google igniteCS. The IgniteCS program supported groups of college and university students that wanted to make a difference in their local communities through CS mentorship. In addition, a generous donation from the Miller family allowed the program to begin in 1916 and continue to thrive.

The first CODE4her session was offered in January, 2017 and consisted of five 2.5 hour meetings held roughly once a month . These meetings took place on the BGSU campus. We are currently in the third year of this program and continue to receive great interest from NW Ohio region.

Sixth CODE4her Session (Fall 2019)

Registrations for CODE4her sessions are accepted on a first-come, first served basis. Registration closes when all spots are reserved. Space in sessions of CODE4her is limited. Registration for the fall session will be opened soon.

Fifth CODE4her Session (Spring 2019)

This new session titled “HARDware made Easy” explored various hardware components. Participants programmed Micro:bit boards, Sphero SPRK+ robots and took computers apart.

Fourth CODE4her Session (Fall 2018)

Repeat Sphero SPRK+ session was all about Sphero SPRK+ programming. We had 32 girls and 17 BGSU students participating in this offering!

Third CODE4her Session (Spring 2018)

All new programming challenges, activities, and robots! During this session, girls learned to program using Sphero SPRK+ robots.

Second CODE4her Session (Fall 2017)

A repeat of the first session accommodated 32 girls who were on the wait list and did not get into the first session.

First CODE4her Session (Spring 2017)

The entire first session revolved around an introduction to programming through an exploration of LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robots. Participants learned the basic principles of programming through this fun and highly interactive session. Each mentor worked with two mentees during all five meetings to build a close relationship.

CODE4her Reached Many in Northwest Ohio

We did not anticipate the level of interest that we received. Pins on the graphic below indicate participants from that town/city.