Crash Course is a video channel you can access through YouTube. Crash Course Computer Science is an ongoing playlist of fast-moving videos that begin with the most basic underpinnings of digital computing and progress from there. If you are a complete novice, you'll probably want to take them one at a time, watch each several times, and perhaps also supplement them with other sources, to make sure you understand each new concept. If you're already somewhat familiar with the subject, this is a great review!
"Currently women pose only 18 percent of the computer science field," said Cayce Hill, youth liaison for Southwestern Oregon Workforce Investment Board, and also a senior at Marshfield High School. "By 2020 there will be 1.4 million job openings and women will only fill 3 percent of that demand. That's worse than it was in the 1980s, and that gap is growing larger."
I've sorted these courses into the following categories based on their difficulty level: Courses that are being offered for the first time are marked as [NEW]. Many of these courses are completely self-paced. The rest will start at various times later in May. You can find complete lists of the technology-related courses starting later in 2018 on Class Central's Computer Science, Data Science, and Programming subject pages. I understand this a long list and might be daunting for learners new to programming.