Dive into a five-day immersion program developed to ignite and inspire future female engineers and further their pursuit of a career in computer science.
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Come to Code Camp 2017.

Selectees will join us in our Atlanta office for five life-changing days of coding workshops, leadership sessions, and networking opportunities with female engineers from across the U.S., UK, and Canada. All expenses paid.




August 14 to 19


12 women

Code Camp launched in 2012 to inspire, educate, and empower the next generation of women in technology.

Only 20% of software developers are women. Square is committed to improving this ratio.

Program Details

A complete coding experience

Learn, build, gain insight, and develop your skills working closely with Square engineers.

The Code Camp community

Build important connections with a growing group of inspiring women from around the world.

Flight and accommodations

Round-trip flight to Atlanta and shared hotel room expenses are covered in full.

The Schedule

Applications Due
June 1
Winners Notified
July 3
College Code Camp in ATL
August 14–19


  • Enrolled as a full-time student at a U.S., UK, or Canadian university
  • Pursuing a degree in computer science, computer engineering, or a related technical major
  • A woman who is 18 years or older
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I can speak for the rest of the campers when I say Square empowered each and every one of us.

Chelsea Carr, Michigan State University

Code Camp was one of the most incredible experience I’ve had. We learned, we laughed, we grew.

Sumaiya Hashmi, Claremont McKenna College

At Code Camp, we got to take things apart, make new things, and meet interesting people.

Katherine Ye, Princeton University

There is something magical about being surrounded by women with shared interests and diverse backgrounds.

Shana Hiu, University of California, Berkeley

Code Camp in the News


Google and Square Recruit Girls Early to Tackle Tech's Gender Problem

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The Corner

Campfire Camaraderie

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Yahoo News

Twitter Co-Founder Talks About Women in Tech, Says ‘There’s a Leadership Crisis’

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Let’s chat.

Email us your questions at codecamp@squareup.com