Girls Who Code Clubs



was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology.


Albuquerque: There are multiple Girls Who Code clubs in the Albuquerque area coordinated through Code Clubs and situated at the Jewish Community Center, Wilson Middle School, Explora Science Center and Children's Museum, and the Juan Tabo Public Library. The clubs meet weekly and started in January of 2019, running through early May.

Registration link, including information about the locations and meeting dates/times.

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Las Cruces:  There is a Girls Who Code club at Las Cruces High School (LCHS). It is currently limited to LCHS students, but,  if there's interest, the coordinator is willing to consider expanding at some point. For information, please contact Lisa Ebell, LCHS Library Media Specialist at  The club starts on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 and will be meeting every Tuesday from 3:30 - 5:00 PM in the LCHS Library.

Ruidoso: There is a Girls Who Code club at Ruidoso Middle School (RMS), catering to RMS students. Contact Maureen Pascual at for more information. Their web site is HERE.


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