What is the GCL Gala?
Inspiration to Innovation
In 2018 GirlsComputingLeague made a significant impact in students throughout Northern Virginia and the DC Metropolitan area. We have served a little over 4,000 students with our coding organizations, summits, and workshops, and in the coming year, we have even greater ambitions to take GirlsComputingLeague to a number of cities and students across the US.
To further our mission of shifting the balance of diversity in the technology workplace, we need your help to bring modern technology education to classrooms full of young women and students in the socioeconomic and racial minorities. This event will give our present donors a summary of the work we have done and will help future donors determine how they can contribute to our impact in the coming year.
Pricing and specific details are still being determined, however, if you are remotely interested in joining us for this event, please fill out the registration form below, and we’ll email you more details as we iron them out.
Who Can Attend
All students in grades 6-12, regardless of gender, interested in pitching their business of product idea are welcome to attend. Due to limited space, this event is for students in this age range only.
The event will be held virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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Checking In 9:00 AM
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These are presently the companies who have chosen to help make this event possible. If your organization is interested in sponsoring this opportunity for students around the nation, please send us an email at email@example.com.
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.