SWE++

Volunteer for SWE++

and teach Middle School girls how to code

SWE++ is a nine-week program that introduces middle school girls to coding through Scratch and Python. Run by a committee of SCU students, our team teaches coding skills through weekly lessons that promote standard coding practices while encouraging students to creatively express themselves. The program offers many SCU students to volunteer in a STEM field and give back to a younger generation of coders. Volunteering information to come! In the meantime: follow us on Instagram: @scu_swepp

SWE++ In Action!

“Thank you so much for making SWE++ such a great and fun environment to learn coding in!”

– Middle School SWE++ Student

“I wanted to send you a note to thank you for all of the time and attention that you gave my daughter, who now has a renewed interest in coding. Please know that you have inspired her to take more coding classes and sparked her interest into exploring a career in the technology field. As an educator, I know how important it is to have role models who provide visual proof that women belong in the STEM world. Thank you for being those role models and for making my daughter feel included, empowered and excited about learning.”

-Parent
In 2020, SCU SWE++ was honored at the Women Engineers local conference in San Diego with the Outstanding Outreach Event Award for being an incredibly impactful program. You can read more about SWE’s impact here.

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