Girls Who Code Clubs must be hosted at public, non-profit, or similarly tax-exempt locations (with the exception of summer-only Clubs) with Internet access and a sufficient number of computers for Club participants to work with. Please note even Clubs that only meet virtually must identify a non-profit to serve as the Club's host organization.
Any of the following spaces are acceptable:
- A school Computer Lab
- Community centers
- Faith-based organizations
- Other non-profits
Please note: To host a Club, a person who is officially affiliated with the host organization must serve as the Club's "Decision Maker" (i.e. the point of contact between Girls Who Code and the non-profit location). A host organization must be identified even if you are planning to run your Club virtually.
The following types of locations are not acceptable sites to host a Girls Who Code club:
- Private Homes
- Corporate Office Location
- Class-A Commercial Buildings
- Any For-Profit Space