We'd Love To Meet You!

Attend Black Girls CODE's Meet and Greet

Who Should Attend?

  • Interested in learning about Black Girls CODE?
  • Want to volunteer but don't know how?
  • Are you a parent interested in upcoming events?
  • Would your company like to partner with us?

Join the community of Black Girls CODE during their two Bay Area "Meet and Greet" sessions:

Learn about Black Girls CODE 2012 impact and 2013 goals and events while enjoying light appetizers and refreshments.

Details for both events are listed below:

San Francisco Meet and Greet

Tuesday, Feb. 12th 2013 at 6-8pm

848 Battery St

San Francisco, CA

Tagged welcomes Black Girls CODE's Meet and Greet in their lovely San Francisco office. Tagged is the largest social discovery network in the world with over 330 million members in 220 countries. Tagged enables anyone to meet and socialize through advanced browsing and matching features, shared interests and more.

Learn about Black Girls CODE's 2013 San Francisco events while enjoying the fun atmosphere within the Tagged office space.

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Oakland Meet and Greet

Tuesday, Feb. 19th 2013 at 6-8pm

55 Harrison St

Oakland, CA

Hub Oakland welcomes Black Girls CODE for a Meet and Greet at their Hub Oakland Incubator Office in beautiful Jack London Square! Much more than just a shared workspace, Hub Oakland (slated to open in their permanent home Sept 2013) is the anchor business inside a new "urban innovation cluster" where a diverse array of innovators, founders, consultants, and community members can vision, cultivate, and maintain mission-driven businesses and create local jobs with global solutions. It is a place of convergence where social justice advocates, green tech entrepreneurs, holistic practitioners, artists and educators work side-by-side to tackle some of humanity’s most difficult challenges. It's "where change goes to work."

Find out about Black Girls CODE and our partner Hub Oakland while overlooking the Bay at sunset.

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  • Ice Breaker
  • Presentation and Team Introduction
  • Roundtable
  • Q&A
  • Mingle with Appetizers and Drinks

We are Black Girls CODE

Black Girls CODE is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching girls ages 7-16 from underrepresented communities about computer programming and digital technology.

Our mission is to empower and mentor young women of color by highlighting the achievements of women in technology and thereby encourage them to embrace the tech marketplace as builders and creators.