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Because All Girls Belong in Tech

Ada Lovelace was not only a countess in the 1800s, she was also the first computer programmer—and she is the inspiration for Camp Ada, an inclusive coding camp for girls+.

The + in this description is important to us at Infoblox, because it means that every girl is welcomed to this safe learning environment plus students who do not identify with the gender binary and/or identify as trans. At Infoblox, we embrace all kinds of diversity.

We strongly believe we need more diversity in the tech industry, and coding camps for girls+ is a great start. Attendees will learn the basics of coding and work together to compete in coding challenges to test their new skills. This four-day camp is designed to help attendees learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively—skills important not only in a technology career, but in life.

When: July 24-27, 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Where: Infoblox, 2106 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, Washington
Who: Students entering 9th grade through students graduating from high school
Cost: Free
Deadline: July 7
Please note: Parent/guardian approval is required.

If you know a student who’s interested in learning to code this summer, they can apply here.

Additional Details

  • Applicants will be notified by July 10 if they are accepted to Camp Ada
  • Infoblox will email an itinerary and a waiver to be filled out by a parent or guardian, which must be completed and sent back before the camp starts on July 24
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided, with accommodations for dietary restrictions and/or allergies
  • Transportation can be provided if needed, as indicated on the application
  • Questions? Please contact Paige Branam at
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