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We've partnered with Girl Scouts of the USA to empower girls to change the world with code.

To celebrate the partnership with Girl Scouts of the USA, we’re offering Vidcode’s Creative Coding course (300+ learn to code activities) 75% off annual licenses for home and troop use.

Please fill out the information form below to receive a 75% off quote for troop or at-home use.

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Leveraged by thousands of first-time coding facilitators since 2014.

Researched-backed curriculum built to engage and inspire girls

Researched-backed curriculum built to engage and inspire girls

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Social impact company - founded by female engineers, curriculum writers and educators.

 

Girl Scouts of the USA & Vidcode join forces!

Vidcode’s creative coding platform introduces tweens and teens to the fundamentals of computer science and JavaScript programming. Girls learn to code by creating personalized memes, game avatars, video filters, and apps.

Vidcode was founded by female engineers with tween and teen girls in mind. The Vidcode team is thrilled to be partnering with Girl Scouts to support our mission of empowering girls to create things they love with code.

With Vidcode, girls will be able to take what they learn in the Coding For Good badges and use JavaScript to create their own video memes, game avatars, and app prototypes.

Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) is 2.5 million strong—more than 1.7 million girls and 750,000 adults who believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world. codeSpark is delighted to have curated and created activities for the Girl Scout Coding for Good Badges. Volunteer, reconnect, donate, or join.

The Coding for Good badges teach girls the basics of coding and also detail how every stage of the coding process has opportunities for girls to use their skills for good. Every Coding for Good badge has a plugged-in and unplugged version, so all girls will be able to learn the foundations of coding, regardless of their access to technology.

Research shows that coding is best learned through a combination of screen based and unplugged activities focused on creating with code. The Coding for Good badges allow girls to learn key 21st century skills that support better problem solving and critical thinking.

Girl Scout volunteers can find the full Coding for Good badge activities on the Volunteer Toolkit (VTK). Girl Scouts can then use the 300+ tutorials and activities in Vidcode’s Creative Coding course to practice their new coding skills!