Sooo… what can we do about the tech industry? Is the internet broken forever? the tech industry lacks a certain something. enough women in tech.

Only 12% of tech engineers are women,
19% of game developers are women, 
and a tiny 3% of the world’s venture capital goes to women-led companies. Our mission is to teach one million women* technology skills by 2025. Our programs aim to support and increase the number of women in tech. We learn coding, game development, 3D printing, AI, machine learning, drones and new emerging technologies alongside our friends. 


At Girl Geek Academy, friendship is fundamental. We bring women together and grow our community by learning from each other: sharing careers skills, tech tricks and we’re united by a love of learning.

Weekly tech classes for women and girls. 

Let’s work together to boost equality. 


If technology were a sport, there’d be 3 positions on the team.

  • Hackers build: build code, build robots, or build “things” with 3D printers.
  • Hipsters make everything pixel perfect, through their love of design.
  • Hustlers turn our dreams into reality by making sure the job gets done.

No single role is more important than another – all 3 are crucial to tech success!

You may have a favourite role, but knowing all 3 skills makes you stronger. (Just enough to be dangerous!)

Not sure if you’re a hacker, hustler or a hipster, chances are you are more than one – with crossover skills like on our cool Venn diagram!

Microsoft Mondays!

Join us for our amazing Microsoft Mondays online classes!

We’re running online workshops each Monday afternoon 5:00-6:30pm (AEDT) for 10 WEEKS!

Classes start on the 11th of October and will finish for the holiday break on the 13th of December!

You can sign up, and join us for FREE with the button below!

We teamed up with Sunsilk to help ‘Rethink Pink’ with FREE school holiday workshops to equip mums and girls to support each other in learning more about STEM careers.

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Join us for our online classes and female coding clubs. You will make friends and learn new technology together. Meet other girls who code! Online each week: same time, same place.

We lift as we climb, together.

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Let's collaborate to achieve gender equality

We LOVE working in technology and understand the perfect tension between art, creativity and tech. There’s a growing audience that’s hungry for content, looking to feel a part of something bigger than themselves- but the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths is notorious for being terrible at marketing themselves.

At Girl Geek Academy we have had great success building a mainstream media profile as “Girl Geeks” – attracting women and young girls into STEM fields. We are able to provide expert opinions on technical issues through op-eds, interviews and regular TV, radio, podcasts and newspapers AND develop and deliver REMOTE LEARNING programs and workshops.


Not sure how to tackle a challenge in front of your organisation? We also offer expert “Girl Geek” consultancy, and can help you plan your next move to meet your equality goals!

Let’s Connect!

Whether you’re looking to deliver educational content to a class, developing a campaign or looking to collaborate with us, we’d love to hear from you!

What we do



Let's run Educational Workshops, Classes, Hackathons, Game Jams and more!


You're doing something great, we can help you spread the word and get people engaged!


Not sure how to make an impact? Let's work together and change the world!

“After seeking venture capital I was advised by Girl Geek Academy to go back to my community. Where I’d started. We have just raised $3 million, breaking the Australian record for a Crowd Equity Raise”

George McEncroe

Shebah Founder

“What a wonderful day you planned for yesterday. The Little Misses were so engaged, happy and learning without fear and really enjoying the experience. It was a delight to be there and so inspiring to see.”

Karin Morrison

Keynote Speaker, Harvard