code + creativity 

Our fun and interactive workshops focus on the many creative uses of code. Our tailor-made curriculum covers a range of topics including Introduction to Computer Science, Computer Science in Movies, Game Development, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. 

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Code Your Chances has reached girls all over the world, from our hometown of Chicago all the way to Southern India. No matter where you live or what your background is, you can code your chances!

ChicagO, IL

Code Your Chances works with many schools and after school programs in the Chicagoland area. Some of the many great organizations we have partnered with include the Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago, TechGirlz, CompileHer, Christopher House and Lester School. 


HARVARD University

Code Your Chances is working in partnership with several groups based at Harvard University including Havard WiCS and the Harvard chapter of Circle of Women.

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We are very excited to collaborate with <compile/Her> to offer workshops to the students at Christopher House in Chicago and at Lester Elementary School. 

Princeton University

CYC is collaborating with Technology for a Just Society (JuST) at Princeton University to develop a unique free, educational web platform to facilitate CYC workshops in any classroom, including in communities that are considered underfunded and underserved. 

University of Wisconsin,Madison

CYC is proud to partner with Coding for Social Good at the University of Wisconsin, Madison to develop an exciting mobile app that will enable hands-on VR and AR demonstrations. This innovative technology will allow CYC to break down traditional resource barriers and bring these opportunities into low resource classrooms. 

CYC India

Code Your Chances has a dedicated CYC India team to design and teach workshops to our students based in India. Previous partnerships in India include Educate to Empower, Seed Academy, Cornerstone International College, Teach for India, Associate of British Scholars and the British Council.