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Join the Girls Who Code Community, become a Summer Intern!
Girls Who Code seeks motivated and enthusiastic applicants for our 2018 Summer Intern Program. Girls Who Code is a national non-profit working to close the gender gap in technology and diversify the image of what a programmer looks like and does. With our after school Clubs, seven-week Summer Immersion Program, two-week specialized Campus Program, and a 13-book New York Times best-selling series, we are leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip young women to pursue 21st century opportunities. Interns will work directly with a staff member on a unique Summer Project that will further the reach and impact of Girls Who Code. With your help, we will reach over 50,000 girls across the United States by the end of the 2018 academic year.
Girls Who Code values diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential to our mission. We encourage candidates who identify as members of historically underrepresented or underserved groups, who attend city and community colleges, and/or have not previously held an internship to apply. Girls Who Code Summer Internships are an excellent opportunity to learn the skills and abilities needed to be successful in a mission-driven organization.
As a Girls Who Code Summer Intern, you’ll put your values and convictions to work addressing an urgent and solvable problem. You’ll have myriad opportunities to see our programs in action, experience our curriculum, and collaborate in a results-oriented environment where we encourage staff to be brave not perfect. You’ll complete projects for specific teams, receive support and mentorship from full-time staff across the organization, and will be a part of an engaged and diverse intern cohort dedicated to changing the future of technology.
Internships are available on the following teams:
- Alumni (New York) Are you a Girls Who Code Program Alumni?! Use your past experience in Clubs, Campus, or SIP to propose new ideas, create content for other alumni, and plan events.
- CEO (New York) Research new opportunities for Girls Who Code at the direction of the Chief of Staff and our CEO, Reshma Saujani.
- Campus (New York) Support Girls Who Code’s newest program. You’ll be involved with everything from program logistics to planning future adaptations.
- Development(New York) The Development Team makes sure Girls Who Code has the money we need to achieve our goals. You’ll learn the basics of fundraising by building reports and reaching out to current and prospective donors.
- Education (San Francisco) Help build the curriculum for our Clubs and SIP programs! Computer Science or related majors preferred.
- Marketing (New York) An exciting opportunity to work on one of Girls Who Code’s newest initiatives: the Global Girl Summit. You’ll help organize logistics and plan the event.
- Partner Engagement(San Francisco and New York) The Partner Engagement team is In charge of the complete corporate partner experience. You’ll help ensure that partner’s SIP programs run smoothly and build partner facing reports about the impact of Girls Who Code.
- Program Operations (San Francisco and New York) The Program Operations team ensures that our life-changing Summer Immersion Program runs smoothly and safely, planning everything from lunch deliveries to inspiring field trips and events.
- Recruitment (New York) Our Recruitment Team grows the number of Girls Who Code Clubs across the country through outreach to our community partners. Support the team and help us achieve our ambitious goals.
- Complete a Girls Who Code Summer Project, as outlined above, and present your finished project and learnings to Girls Who Code staff at the end of the summer
- Work on a variety of collaborative tasks and projects as directed by Girls Who Code staff
- Ensure all stakeholders (students, parents, and corporate partners) have an excellent experience with all Girls Who Code programs
- You believe that all girls can learn to code, and are passionate about increasing diversity, equity and inclusion in the technology industry.
- You are a clear and effective communicator and enjoy collaboration and working with others.
- You are comfortable with and knowledgeable about the Google Suite of applications (Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides) and Microsoft (Word, Excel, Powerpoint).
- You have a proven ability to work independently.
- You are excited to work in a diverse, dynamic, and mission-driven environment.
- You are eager to learn about computer science, technology education, non-profit operations, and the technology sector.
- You are currently pursuing or recently received a Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree.
- Ability to a code a plus, but not a requirement!
How To Apply
Please submit a resume and application via our our careers page: https://jobs.lever.co/girlswhocode/a302eff1-7df0-4fb8-88ee-b813d259b6ca