Code Camps and Workshops for Girls


Our goal is to inspire, educate and empower the next generation of women in technology. The Pixelry offers code camps and workshops for girls in Greenville, SC and is run by a group of professional women who believe in the importance of high quality education. We are committed to increasing the number of women in STEM related fields, and we believe this can be accomplished by presenting digital learning opportunities to girls at an early age. Currently, our camps and workshops provide an introduction to web development and are designed for girls ages 9-12.


At The Pixelry’s Introduction to Web Development workshop, your kiddo will learn the basics of HTML and CSS, and receive an introduction to JavaScript. We will provide her with a strong foundation in web development and help her to understand the opportunities and applications of coding. We will also cover some key points about safe and responsible technology use.‚Äč Our code camps and workshops provide an immersive and hands-on experience in an exciting environment in downtown Greenville, SC.

Workshop Info

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The workshops are held in the Erwin Penland building in beautiful downtown Greenville. The address is 110 E Court St #400, Greenville, SC 29601. (Google Maps)

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The cost of the workshop is $100 and includes one 5-hour workshop, the use of a laptop computer, a t-shirt and lunch.

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Date & Time

Unfortunately, our workshops are on hold until early 2018.

Meet Our Team

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Kelly Cook

Lead Instructor

Kelly is a Web Engineer at Zendesk with 13 years of professional website development experience. She has taught coding classes for girls in the past with the 100 Girls of Code Greenville chapter and continues to seek opportunities to teach girls about technology and coding.

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Katie Hildebrand


Katie is an Executive Producer at Erwin Penland with 8 years of experience in the digital marketing space. She spent 3 years teaching a digital communications course at Clemson where she worked to help students think differently about technology and the doors it opens for career development.

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Valerie Miller


Valerie is a Graphic Designer at Brains on Fire with 8 years of design experience. She is well versed in website user interface design, social, e-commerce, large-scale print production and consumer packaged goods. She is a talented artist and photographer.

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Katie Fricks


With a background in web development and design, Katie spends her professional hours creating awesome user experiences for web-based applications. Her personal hours are spent immersing herself in all things design, behavioral psychology and technology. Hailing from a family of educators, Katie has a thirst for knowledge and a passion for sharing that knowledge with others.


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Erwin Penland

Thank you to Erwin Penland for facilitating this workshop by graciously providing the space and the use of laptop computers.

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A HUGE thank you to Lenovo for sponsoring
September’s workshop.


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