Alexa Café Held at San Francisco State University
Summer programs for girls ages 10-15
Alexa Café Program Details
Ages 10-15 | All-Girls | Weeklong | Coding, Web Design, Visual Arts, Leadership, and More
You’re invited to a warm, inspiring environment where girls collaborate to better our world! At Alexa Café, you’ll tap into the power of coding, video game design, engineering, and more, exploring leadership, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy along the way. Big ideas take shape around café tables, and meaningful projects come to life in just one week.
Code.org reports that while over 50% of the U.S. population is female, women make up only 12% of computer science undergrads. Alexa Café—named after iD Tech co-founder Alexa Ingram-Cauchi—was designed to address this pervasive gender gap by providing a space that empowers girls to innovate and create change within STEM fields and beyond.
About Tech Camps Held at San Francisco State University
Founded in 1899, San Francisco State University is one of 23 public California State University (CSU) campuses. It is home to nearly 26,000 undergraduate students and is situated in a vibrant, urban setting. Our San Francisco tech camps for girls held at San Francisco State provide the perfect balance of fun, inspiration, and STEM learning during the summer! Students attending our camps held at SFSU can expect a balance of hands-on learning, outdoor activities, campus tours, social time, and much more. Join us this summer and discover the intersection of tech, leadership, and philanthropy, in a beautiful campus setting in the world-famous San Francisco Bay Area.
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