Welcome to 21C GIRLS, a registered charity in Singapore that develops and delivers coding, artificial intelligence and robotics programs for girls in Singapore.

21C Girls was featured on Tech in asia

Our founder, Ayesha, shares of our humble beginnings back in 2014, and why we do what we do: "... it’s imperative to bring advocacy into groups that are not given the opportunity to participate in what is believed to be the future economy."

She goes on further speak more on our latest projects and the future direction of 21C Girls! Click here for the full feature.

Girls from Raffles Girls School, Hwa Chong Institution, NUS High, Methodist Girls School, and Crescent Girls School joined us in June for our FinTech camp. Students learn the basics of the Fintech landscape and students will learn the computational thinking and processes required to make a peer-to-peer lending application. 

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Code in the Community

Code in the Community is a joint partnership between 21C Girls, Saturday Kids and the self-help cultural groups in Singapore. Sponsored by Google, it is aimed at introducing children to computer science who would otherwise not have the opportunity. We are delighted to be a part of this nation-wide community initiative! Many thanks to Google for their pivotal role in nurturing the next generation of Singapore's innovators and inventors!

Code in the Community has taught thousands of children in Singapore the basics of coding.


Delighted that we helped launch the Coding Club at Tiong Bahru Community Center today. The kids will be taught by NUS High School computer science students as part of their volunteering program under the supervision of their teachers and our mentors. So proud to see young Singaporeans giving back to the community in this way. Thanks to Senior Minister of State Indranee Rajah for asking us to help set it up and her support for the Club!

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