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Kode With Klossy creates learning experiences and opportunities for young women that increase their confidence and inspire them to pursue their passions in a technology driven world.


Kode With Klossy creates learning experiences and opportunities for young women that increase their confidence and inspire them to pursue their passions in a technology driven world.

 © by Kadri Karmo


Are you ultra code-curious? Want to build an app? Publish a website? Dive into data science?

Our free (yep, free!) two-week summer program for young women and non-binary individuals ages 13 – 18 will teach you to build real-life apps whether you’ve never written a line of code or you’re a full-fledged hacker.  The scholarship is for anyone who's passionate and interested in learning a new superpower. Don’t be shy, APPLY!

Interested in partnering with us?


Corporate Partners

Kode With Klossy welcomes corporate support in the form of donations, in-kind donations, and programming support.


Program Partners

Kode With Klossy partners with like-minded organizations to help drive recruitment of scholars who can most benefit from the free opportunities provided by Kode With Klossy. 

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Individual Supporters

Kode With Klossy welcomes the support of individuals and individual donors.


“Before my first coding class, the idea that I could build something with code seemed nearly impossible,

but after only a couple of courses, I was working with my classmates to program a small drone. I realized that, just like art and fashion, code is about creativity, and that women who have these skills have the power to shape our future & often have. Now, more than ever, women need to have a seat at the table in shaping the technologies that are shaping our world.”

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What is Kode With Klossy?

What is Kode With Klossy?

Inspiration to pursue steam opportunities

2 in 10

Prior to camp, only 2 in 10 scholars have computer science experience

9 in 10

However, as a result of their camp experience, 9 in 10 scholars say they plan to pursue education and opportunities in computer science

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