Irington's Girls Who Code is a club that strives to help close the gender gap in the tech field. We believe that everyone deserves a fair advantage at coding, especially girls, who are underrepresented in the computer science industry. To learn more about this club, please check out our website. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Presidnet: Lauren Hur
Irvington Computer Science Club is one of the biggest computer science related club on campus and it is dedicated to help students at Irvington improve their programming skills - regardless of their experience level. Those with no experience would attend their APCS or beginner level Java courses to help them get started with coding. Intermediate and advanced coders would enjoy their internship and volunteer opportunities as well as their TECH talks from industry leaders who can give great insight on how we can use our coding skills better.
Club President: Ojus Garg
Irvington Hack Club is a virtual club at Irvington dedicated to providing technical help and resources to other clubs and organizations on campus. Our club’s primary focus is to provide fellow students with opportunities to obtain hands-on experience with technology. Other events include building websites and mobile applications, guest speakers, and much more! Throughout the school year, members of all different levels of coding experience will collaboratively work on projects that enhance their skills and benefit the community at the same time.
President: Ahmad Zayan