1000 Schools

Our Moonshot: Support 1000 Schools by 2023

The 1000 Schools Program is a one-of-a-kind program designed to support the unique learning needs of low-income students taking the first steps in their journey in computer science and technology. GirlsComputingLeague chapter leaders across the US support their local educational centers through professional development, technology access, and 5 years of emerging technology curriculum.

Interested In Getting Involved


Funding the 1000 Schools Project means funding a child’s future. Be part of the change today by contacting us about getting involved!

Housing Authorities / Community Centers

Do you have students in your area who struggle to find oppurtunities in technology? Here’s their chance. Join our group of housing authorities to provide for your community.

Educational Institutions

You provide the students we provide the rest. Every student in your school should have an oppurtunity to grow their mindset about technology. Together, let’s make a future.

Flexible Workshops

Flexible Workshops

Our workshops are designed for students so we want to make sure every workshop supports their best interests. By working with us, we can promise to try and accommodate timings and topics in order to best help you.

Free Technology

Educator Professional Development

On a need basis, we can offer free computers for students who do not have access to one. This ensures that we can keep our program available for any student who wants to start their education in computer science.

Emerging Technology Curriculum

Emerging Technology Curriculum

Through our GirlsComputingLeague scholars program, we offer modules on emerging concepts your students will use to advance or create their knowledge on the technology world.


Dates and Times

Monday 04/11/2022  @1:15PM

Tuesday 04/19/2022 @4:30PM

Wednesday 04/27/2022 @1:15PM


Our Impact

“This year cuts forced us to eliminate the science and computer classes but thanks to this generous support we will be able to continue inspiring students to explore hands-on science. This will allow us to create an after school student robotics club”

– Weyanoke Elementary School, a Title 1 in Virginia

Let’s Change Together!

Your support will help us to make emerging technology education accessible to all students, regardless of gender, race, or socioeconomic status.