Learn to code, for FREE!
For first-time programmers to code ninjas!
Code your very own games and sites!
Hang out with our awesome tutors!
Find out what it's like to be a girl in IT!
Learn about the amazing things you can do with computers!
Meet other girls who like IT!
The Girls' Programming Network is a group of women and girls into computer science, programming and information technology. We run workshops once per school term for highschool girls! We've written games, made interactive websites and taken apart computers! Check out the past projects to see what girls have done, and what you could be doing!
Please note, these dates have changed recently, please double-check if you already have in your diary.
We'll teach you how to make an awesome programming project each time. We also make friends, eat pizza, and do other fun activities!
There will be heaps of tutors at GPN to teach you and help you learn at a pace that's right for you. Our tutors are women and girls who love IT. Some tutors are uni students studying IT or other STEM areas. Others are software engineers from cool companies like Google, Atlassian, Data61 and more!
Our workshops are designed for high school girls, but keen upper-primary school girls are welcome to come too.
All skill levels from absolute beginner to coding ninja are welcome. You just need to be excited to learn about technology!
All of our events occur at the School of Information Technologies, at the University of Sydney in Darlington. More information about public transport, bus routes and parking can be found here.
We'd be happy to have you! Join our mailing list so we can tell you when registration opens for our next workshop.
We're always looking for more tutors to help teach the next generation of girls how to code, and to provide female role models in IT. You can sign up to be a tutor using this form, or check the tutor information page for more information.