We're an all female/nonbinary student-run nonprofit empowering youth minority and disadvantaged populations.

Give a girl the right tools and skills, and they will change the world. With the diverse issues in the world today, we need a diverse group of future problem-solvers to fix them. We mentor and empower female and minority groups to become these problem-solvers.

Our Mission

Our Vision

Technical Education
We equip students from all ages with the technical, interpersonal, leadership, and computational skills needed to be competitive in today's market. They are put to task on creating websites, building apps, and harnessing the power of social media.
Entrepreneurial Skills
Passion and technical skills go hand in hand with effecting positive change. We inspire our students to pursue innovative solutions to issues in areas of their interest. They are supported with creating their own prototypes of social good campaigns from the ground up.  We teach them how to write business proposals, communicate their creations to a wide audience, and be the leaders that the world needs.

3 Key Components 



Tech Literacy

Pitch Event

Our programs end with participants pitching what they built: a solution to a problem their community, country, or world faces. Solutions are showcased through a mix of websites, apps, and operating proposals to pitch to global industry business professionals. 

Local Programs

Howard County:

Harpers Choice Middle School

Dunloggin Middle School

Burleigh Manor Middle School

Clarksville Middle School

Thomas Viaduct Middle School

Patapsco Middle School

Ellicott Mills Middle School

Lake Elkhorn Middle School

Wilde Lake Middle School

Murray Hill Middle School 


Baltimore County:

Randallstown Library

Montgomery County:

Rockville Library

Interested in having codeHER run a program? 

codeHER is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. 

Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations.

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