Girls Learning Code: Summer Webmaking Camp – Vancouver

Week-long technology camp for kids 9-12!

  • Camp
  • 32.5 Hours of
  • Computer Provided
  • 4:1Student to
    Mentor Ratio

The Details

Summer Webmaking Camp for girls 9-12

This camp session is all about using technology to make the world a better place! Campers will work in teams to choose a cause that they are passionate about; from stopping bullying, to saving the rainforest.

Campers will learn HTML & CSS programming languages through ‘hacking’ websites, re-mixing e-cards, and creating their own website from scratch, using Mozilla Thimble. They will design logos, conduct market research, and create beautiful infographics. Campers will also learn about UI/UX, and how they can build an interface that meets the needs of their specific audience.

This week also involves a ton of unplugged activities, as well as a mid-week field trip to a nearby tech company, which offers a behind-the-scenes look into the tech field. After the campers have finished coding and testing their websites, join us for an end-of-session demo and see all of the amazing things that they created!

Who is this for?

This camp is for girls ages 9-12. Our camps are designed to givelearning experiences that are fun, engaging, empowering and inspirational. Through hands-on, collaborative, project-based learning, kids end each day having built something. This camp experience is designed to help kids see technology in a whole new light – as a medium for self-expression, and as a means for changing the world.


None! Our camps are designed for absolute beginners!

Require financial assistance? Apply for a scholarship here!

What’s Included:

5 full days of interactive learning & collaborative project building. An awesome field trip to a local tech company with awesome chaperones. Before & After Care included from 8:30am to 5:30pm everyday! No need to bring a laptop; laptops will be provided for all days of camp. An invitation to Demo Day on the last day of camp to see the amazing projects!


Campers must bring their own nut-free lunch & snacks plus a water bottle.