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We are so excited to announce our upcoming Perth Plus Cohort, kicking off in November 2021 and running for six months into the middle of 2022. With the pandemic creating an increased demand for STEM workers, the need for technical skills is higher than ever. According to The Australian, 1 million tech jobs are needed … Read more

Launching in 2015 as a grassroots movement Perth{Web}Girls, now known as She Codes, was focused on empowering women to code by offering alternate pathways into tech careers by organising free programming workshops and local events. Our goal was (and still is!) to increase the diversity in the tech community, spark collaboration, creativity, and expand networks. … Read more

In October, we hosted our very first She Codes Next program in the Perth CBD with 15 young women aged between 13 – 17. As a collaboration between She Codes and Purposeful, She Codes Next combined teaching tech foundations with exploring the vision, purpose and passions of the participants. Beginning the week with a quiet … Read more

She Codes has partnered with Visagio to deliver a one week, tech taster program dedicated to Data Science! Ideal for women who have some background experience in STEM, this program will be driven by data fundamentals with aspects of programming, algorithms and problem solving.  As a management consultancy with a different approach, Visagio carry out … Read more

Joining us on our mission to support 100,000 women to enter technical careers by 2025, we’re excited to announce Bunnings Warehouse as our newest partner! Identified in our latest Impact Report was the demand for increased capacity in our programs, with some applications and waiting lists reaching up to 10 times the capacity available. Over … Read more

We rarely have a quiet month here at She Codes, but when you throw in a couple of challenges, including snap lockdowns, it’s sure to be an even busier one! Find out what we got up to in June below, and what’s coming up next. With two Plus programs currently running, in both regional WA … Read more