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Ada Developers Academyhttp://adadevelopersacademy.org/Mentors needed in Seattle, WA. 24 weeks of training for women. Ruby, Rails, HTML/CSS, and JavaScript.
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Akirachixhttp://akirachix.com/Teaching women to program in Africa.
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Black Girls Codehttp://www.blackgirlscode.com/Our Vision: To increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.
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Code Edhttp://codeed.org/CodeEd teaches computer science to girls from underserved communities, starting in middle-school. We partner with schools and programs serving low-income girls and provide them with volunteer teachers, computer science course offerings, and computers. NYC, SF, Boston. We are currently looking for volunteers with technical backgrounds in
the New York, Boston and San Francisco areas to teach courses in the
spring of 2013. Women are especially encouraged to apply. The minimum
commitment is five 1-hour courses plus training time. Schedules vary
depending on the opportunities available. Need: 5pm - 7pm, once a week for 5 weeks per semester
Angie Schiavoni: angie@codeed.org
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Code Scoutshttp://codescouts.org/index.htmla non-profit helping women learn software development
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CoderDojohttp://coderdojo.com/a global collaboration providing free and open learning to young people, especially in programming technology.
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Cyberjutsuhttp://www.cyberjutsugirls.org/tabs-tour-accordion/get-involved/STEM-based training for middle-school girls, donations, mentors, and teachers appreciated
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Google Summer of Codehttp://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2013Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers post-secondary student developers ages 18 and older stipends to write code for various open source software projects.
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Hackbright Academyhttp://hackbrightacademy.com/mentorMentoring women in Python, Flask, general programming, Mentorship for new software engineers that happen to be women! Mentors
don't have to be Pythonistas. There are many parts to the mentorship including talking about working in technology companies and startups,
general programming concepts, interviewing, negotiation, what it's like to be an new software engineer in technology. Need: 1 hour a week, 2 month commitment.
Contact Angie Chang: a@hackbrightacademy.com
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Ladies Learning Codehttp://ladieslearningcode.us2.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=ffce8cb0bd8c24faff9817f63&id=bf915f0cf5We’re a women-run not-for-profit group working to empower everyone to feel comfortable learning beginner-friendly technical skills in a social, collaborative way. Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Vancouver, London
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Ladies Who Codeladieswhocode.comNYC, London, Manchester, Washington D.C., Birmingham
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Pyladieshttp://www.pyladies.com/We are an international mentorship group with a focus on helping more women become active participants and leaders in the Python open-source community. Our mission is to promote, educate and advance a diverse Python community through outreach, education, conferences, events and social gatherings.

PyLadies also aims to provide a friendly support network for women and a bridge to the larger Python world. Anyone with an interest in Python is encouraged to participate!
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Rails Girlshttp://railsgirls.com/Our aim is to give tools and a community for women to understand technology and to build their ideas. We do this by providing a great experience on building things and by making technology more approachable.

Learn sketching, prototyping, basic programming and get introduced to the world of technology. Rails Girls was born in Finland, but is nowadays a global, non-profit volunteer community.
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Railsbridgehttp://workshops.railsbridge.org/Our most well-known efforts are free weekend workshops where women learn Ruby on Rails from volunteers. The students at our workshops range from folks who are completely new to programming to QA engineers and professional developers who want to learn Rails. RailsBridge has also put on Spanish-language workshops, Rails Bug Mashes (or bug smashes, depending on who you ask), taught Ruby to kids, set up online mentoring, and sponsored many more projects.
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Reinvent Classhttp://reinventclass.com/Mentoring iOS, Android
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TEALShttps://www.tealsk12.org/volunteers/
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Technovationhttp://iridescentlearning.org/programs/technovation-challenge/about/An app-building contest for local high school girls.
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Women Who Codehttp://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-SF/We're about:
Programming · Startup Ventures · Technology Professionals · Women in Technology · Internet Technology · Women Programmers · Web Programmers · Web Designers and Developers · Software Developers · Web Startups
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