Boolean Girl, a nonprofit founded in 2014, is educating girls to code, build, invent and animate. We provide girls-only and co-ed classes, camps and online education, teaching coding and engineering in an inclusive, welcoming environment.
We are engineers, parents and educators who want to see every opportunity available to every child. We founded Boolean Girl, because we spent years in the tech industry and noticed a persistent problem: not enough diversity in tech. We’re determined to do something about it.
By teaching girls, under-represented groups and low-income kids how to code and build engineering projects, we are reversing the trend and diversifying the industries of tomorrow Join us.
I loved the camp! I did not know how to code half of the things I can code now! The camp helped me a lot. – Camper
The Clubhouse is so much fun. I like that it is all girls. I learned a lot and made new friends. – Alexandria, Va 6th Grader.
Our micro:bit Base Kit is this year’s top gifts for our engineering kiddos! Check out the Smithsonian Magazine’s feature for 2023.
Purdue University also picked the micro:bit Base Kit as a top STEM toy. Their annual INSPIRE Engineering gift guide helps parents choose thoughtful, engineering-inspired holiday presents that encourage kids to design, build, code, play, and discover how things work. Check out all of the STEM fun recommended by Purdue reviewers, including our own micro:bit Base Kit V2!
Boolean Girl a non-profit that promotes STEM education, teamed up with Virginia Tech Thinkabit Labs K-20 STEM Education and Workforce Development Programs to spark an interest in technology, computer science and engineering. Starting in school then at home, young learners get hands-on experience and make a connection between abstract ideas of coding and real world outcomes in hardware.
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Learn to Code with Scratch, Python & Java
Make Electronic Gadgets
Meet the Raspberry Pi
Make Cool Things Happen