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Oct 25, 2012
Black Girls CODE (BGC) is one of three finalists nominated for a $50,000 grant by Bank of the West’s Philanthropy Awards 2012 for its innovative approach to empowering girls from underrepresented communities to pursue career ambition in technology.

Oct 12, 2012
As Women Interactive (WI) debuts their Creative Technology Festival in Atlanta, Kimberly Bryant, founder and creator of Black Girls CODE, will be among a select group of women to receive a Digital Vanguard Award.

Oct 12, 2012
Black Girls CODE (BGC) heads back to Atlanta, Ga., by popular demand on Saturday, October 13 to present their one-day workshop “Build A Webpage” at Spelman College. The workshop will be held from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Oct 10, 2012
BlackGirlsCODE launches their first international digital technology workshop for girls in Johannesburg, South Africa with the help of the global IT company, ThoughtWorks.

Sep 14, 2012
The final countdown begins for BlackGirlsCODE’s Summer of CODE campaign as they make their way to the Big Apple to launch their “Build A Webpage” one-day workshop on Saturday, September 15th, 2012 from 10am to 3pm at NYU.

Aug 02, 2012
Las Vegas is the fifth stop of the Summer of CODE “7 cities in 90 days” national campaign held by the up and coming Bay Area nonprofit, BlackGirlsCODE.

Jul 25, 2012
BlackGirlsCODE heads south to Emory University in Atlanta, GA on July 28th, 2012 as part of their Summer of CODE 2012 national campaign – to give girls the opportunity to learn valuable skills in computer programming and technology .

Jul 06, 2012
Black Girls Code launches an crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo to help bridge the digital divide by teaching computer programming to 200 girls of color in seven cities during their Summer of Code

Jun 13, 2012
Black Girls Code continues to inspire young minds with a plan to train more than 300 girls to code during upcoming summer sessions across the United States.

Feb 27, 2012
In an effort to empower women and underrepresented communities in the technology field, Reset San Francisco is sponsoring an event featuring a conversation between its Founder Phil Ting and Kimberly Bryant the Founder of Black Girls Code.

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