Girls of Code: changing girls’ lives, one line of code at a time

The Northwestern Tennessee Entrepreneur Center (NTEC) and the University of Tennessee Martin College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences are hosting a FREE 100 Girls of Code Academy for girls ages 12-18 years of age, on Saturday, November 21st from 9am – 3pm at the UTM’s Paul Meek Library room 215. Lunch is provided for free. For more information email NTEC at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 731.587.4213. Registration is limited, so make sure to register by Monday, November 16th. 


100 Girls of Code invests in young women by providing free workshops introducing them to the world of computer science and engineering, where they create with code and engage in hands¬-on, innovative thinking. In our Workshops, coders conduct a fun and interactive learning experience that includes an introduction to computer programming, website construction, games, apps, and so much more. By the end of the workshop, girls have a better understanding of programming, the future of Computer Science, and a desire to enter into a similar career field.

Our primary goals are to spark interest in computer science, provide mentorship from women in the field, and point girls to the vast amount of resources that are available to them.