Our Camps

In CS4Girls camps, girls will find a supportive environment as they collaboratively learn the fundamentals of coding. Our camps cover a wide range of curriculum, including web development, video production and wearable technology. Whether it's building a personalized "About Me" webpage, creating professional-looking videos or making an LED bracelet, our camps put the fun in summer and build girls' confidence in STEM!

Our Mission

CS4Girls was founded by two Bay Area high school girls, Chloe Ng and Lauren Wong, to inspire other girls to pursue their dreams in STEM and take their first steps as future engineers. Pew Research finds currently, women represent only 25% of computer science jobs and 14% of engineering jobs. Through an engaging curriculum designed for girls, CS4Girls aims to bridge the gender gap and prepare girls for rewarding careers of the future.

Our People

Lauren Wong

Lauren Wong is a graduate of the Nueva School in San Mateo and an incoming freshman at MIT. She started coding in 3rd grade and has taught programming to people of all ages through the Coding Club at the local library and Girls Who Code. She is the developer of various apps, including the DoNation iOS app, winner of the 2018 Congressional App Challenge in CA-14.

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Chloe Ng

Chloe Ng is a rising 12th Grader at Crystal Springs Uplands School in Hillsborough. She co-founded a Girls Who Code chapter at her middle school, where she also taught coding. She is an avid video storyteller and is proficient with After Effects CC 2019 and Final Cut Pro X VFX software.

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Manya Goutam

Manya Goutam is a rising 12th Grader at San Mateo High School. She began her journey in Computer Science by learning iOS programming in 5th grade to create an iPhone Jeopardy quiz app for her Social Studies project. Manya also teaches Python for Girls Who Code and recently programmed microcontrollers and sensors to develop a Brain-controlled wheel chair for paralyzed military veterans, that won her the 2019 Congressional App Challenge award in CA-14.