Future CodeHers

Inspiring a new generation of young girls

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What is Future CodeHers?

Future CodeHers is an initiative founded by Oliver Bernard; designed to inspire and encourage young girls to pursue a career in the technology industry.

Why is this initiative
so important?

There is an enormous lack of gender diversity across the technology industry. Research shows that the gender gap starts in schools, with female students accounting for just 15% of all entries into A-level computer science.*

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3 Percent

...of females say a career in technology is their first choice

16 Percent

...of females have had a career in technology suggested to them

78 Percent

...of students can’t name a famous female working in technology

5 Percent

...of leadership positions in the technology sector are held by women

*Statistics from PWC and BCS

How are we delivering this?

We’ve formed partnerships with schools from all across the UK. By connecting them with our ever-expanding community of tech guru’s and community contributors, we’re able to provide a platform for them to excite and influence aspiring young Future CodeHers.

  • Assemblies
  • School Career’s Fairs
  • IT lessons
  • Digital Days
  • Coding Workshops
  • School Work Experience

Some of our partners include

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A glimpse of what
we’ve been up to

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    We partnered with Deliveroo to deliver a virtual tech talk for a T-Level information day, attended by over 65 girls year 9 (age 13/14 years). The talk was about tech life at Deliveroo, how the speaker got into tech and her experiences.

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    An assembly with Facebook and Oliver Bernard, attended by 250 year 10 girls (age 14/15) about getting into tech via an apprenticeship route.

  • IT Lesson on Web Development – Berenberg took over one of our schools Year 10 IT lessons to teach 17 the girls HTML, CSS and JavaScript basics. T-Level Industry placement scheduled.

  • Arenko Group took over a Year 10 IT lesson delivering a Python Coding Workshop of a London based girls school.

  • Deutsche Bank spoke at a School Assembly for all girls from year 7-13 on their tech journeys and life in tech.

  • T-Level Industry Placement scheduled.

How can you be involved?

If you’re a school looking to be connected to tech organisations, or are in the tech industry and interested in volunteering your time, please get in touch with Naushine Mohammad.

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