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We’re seeing a shortage of skilled technologists; there are currently over 500,000 open computing jobs in the US but we only graduated around 43,000 computer science students last year.1
Around 1 in 4 schools currently teach computer science with coding and fewer offer it at the AP level.
These gaps are exaggerated across lines of ethnicity, income level, and gender/expression.2
Let’s support schools and teachers to prepare students for the high tech 21st century.
Schools and teachers are provided with the professional development, curriculum, and support necessary to teach computer science.LEARN MORE
Students work in teams to design products that solve real-world problems, developing social-emotional and executive skills.LEARN MORE
Students interact with companies & role models to build a network of peers & mentors.LEARN MORE
This problem is solvable and you can accelerate Code/Interactive’s ability to get there.
Work directly with students, teachers, and staff.VOLUNTEER
Provide the financial support necessary to fuel our work.DONATE
Offer your individual, organization, or corporate talents to advance C/I.PARTNER
Talk to a member of our staff to explore how to push forward our mission.LEARN MORE
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