Our Program

Bytes of Code (BoC) is an outreach program aimed at rising seventh through ninth grade girls in the neighboring communities of Irvine, Tustin, and Santa Ana school district. We are opening the world of computing by offering girls the opportunities to learn coding languages, such as HTML and CSS, JavaScript, robotics, web development and app development, in a fun environment surrounded by other other girls and taught by near-peers. The program will include visit(s) to high-tech companies in the region to interact with latest technologies and employees to understand potential career paths in the tech industry.

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What you will learn:

The Bytes of Code program for middle school girls (rising 7th-9th grade) will consist of workshops in web development, robotics coding, app development and many more. Below we have the list of workshops we are planning for our next program:

Bytes of Code: Student and mentor working on project

Bytes of Code: Student and mentor working on project


WHERE: Roosevelt Walker Community Center

816 E Chestnut Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92701

WHEN: Jan 26th, Feb 2nd, 9th, 16th & 20th, 2019

DAILY SCHEDULE: (9 AM-1 PM for Day 1-4, 3 PM-5 PM for Day 5)

Day 1. SPHERO Workshop: Learn robotics coding and bring the round robots to life.

Day 2. App Development and HTML/CSS Workshop: Discover how apps are developed, and learn how to make apps for smartphones. Understand how to code HTML/CSS and develop beautiful web pages. 

Day 3. Cont. HTML/CSS Workshop

Day 4. Create your own website about women in STEM! And Parent Visit Day

Day 5. Visit Google Irvine Office

Bytes of Code: Summer 2018 at UCI

Bytes of Code: Summer 2018 at UCI

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Student working on Sphero codes

Student working on Sphero codes