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Group of kids and a teacher at our afterschool STEM class at the Digital Girl, Inc. Tech Center.
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This November Digital Girl, Inc. turned 9 years old and the DGI Tech Center turned 2! Over our short existence, we have impacted the lives of over 10,000 students with the knowledge of Technology or other STEM discipline. With the acquisition of the Tech Center we were able to increase our core programming for K-12 students as well as expand our offerings to include Workforce Development and more consistent programming for Adults 55+. One of the things that makes DGI so unique and we are so proud of, is the fact that we offer our programming at NO COST TO THE STUDENT! We want to prevent finances from being an obstacle to STEM education for our students. These means that we must aggressively and consistently seek funding. 
​While we have been successful in securing some corporate support and funds from the city it does not come close to what is necessary to make the type of impact we desire.  The more money Digital Girl, Inc. receives, the more children we can touch and young lives we can impact! At this time we are asking for donations to help secure qualified instructors and administrative staff.


Your donations will help us sustain and grow our programs that enrich the lives of so many young people! Please support us today with a contribution via Paypal or credit card!

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We ask students

to give us anonymous

feedback of our classes.

Here’s some of what's been said:


“I love this so much,

I will code until I die!”


“This day was the best day of my life. And I just wanted to say thank you for working with class 5-306!”

“I got to understand what coding is and how to use it.

It is important to understand coding when using technology!"


“I really would like to learn computers.”

“Thank you for sharing this with my school."

“I really like this code thing!”

“I like Digital Girl, Inc.!”


In addition, the principal wanted to know: “When can you return?!”


These programs could not be possible without the continued

contributions of the community.



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