Code First: Girls

Code First: Girls (CFG) is a multi-award winning social enterprise that teaches over 2,000 women how to code for free. Over the last few years, they have delivered £2 million+ of free coding courses and helped companies to recruit better tech talent into their firms.

I’ve been involved with Code First: Girls in Sheffield from 2016 – 2018. These are all the posts I’ve written reflecting on the impact of these courses and the wider CFG community.

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Code First: Girls (final)

Paying it Forward

April 4th 2018

Being involved with the Code First: Girls community opened up so many opportunities to me from scoring a Web Developer job to boosting my confidence in STEM and beyond 🚀

HackMed18 Organising Team

Organising #HackMed18

March 16th 2018

Sharing everything I learnt organising #HackMed18 – a medically focused hackathon that aims to solve problems related to humanity’s elementary need, health.



March 5th 2018

Code First: Girls hosted their second Northern Conference (#CFGNConf18) at PwC in Manchester last week. Here’s what I took away from the conference as well as what I hope I gave back ✨