Girls Who Code

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Girls Who Code (G6-12): Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology. They offer club programs, campus programs, and summer immersion programs.

First Robotics in WI

FIRST Robotics in WI; Regional Competitions The mission of FIRST® is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. Here are the specifics to FIRST Robotics in WI and the Regional Competitions.

MSOE Programming Challenge

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Each four-member computer team works together using two laptops to design programs to solve problems of varying levels of difficulty. Teams may use either Python, Java (Eclipse or BlueJ) or C++ (Microsoft Visual Studio .NET). Participants are encouraged to bring wired or USB mice.
Interested? Click here to learn more.

Marquette Programming Challenge

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The Wisconsin-Dairyland chapter of the CSTA, in conjunction with the Marquette University chapters of ACM and UPE, welcomes high school students with Java or Scratch programming experience to participate in a morning of computer science problem solving and/or storytelling. Click here to learn more.


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CyberGirlz is a two day camp designed for incoming 7th and 8th grade girls who are interested in learning more about computer technology. Campers are instructed by a combination of UW-Whitewater staff, students and IT professionals and participate in a number of fun activities which will introduce topics ranging from digital video to programming and game design.  This camp is available to girls entering grades 7-8 in Fall 2019.


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GenCyber is a program that is dedicated to inspire the next generation of cyber stars. They offer a variety of student, teacher and combined camps.

National Center for Women in Information Technology


NCWIT - Wisconsin Affiliate The National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Program provides technical young women with ongoing engagement, visibility, and encouragement for their computing-related interests and achievements from high school through college and into the workforce.   


Other Programs

Compiled by CSTA WI, see additional statewide (and regional) tech opportunities and programs for middle school students HERE and high school students HERE.

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