Underprivileged Communities in Tech

of computer science graduates are Hispanic or Black; these groups make approximately $20,000 less in average household income than white and asian families, according to a 2017 census.gov report.

percent of high schools where more than three-quarters of the students are on free and reduced lunch do not offer any computer science courses, according to a 2019 study by code.org.

What We Offer

We create free educatonal content intended to teach basic programming concepts and encourage students to learn more.

By participating in our program, students will receive mentorship from industry professionals.

In additonal to mentorship, we host workshops to kickstart students on their educational and professional journies.


You will have access to resources to continually develop your computer science education.


You will have the opportunity to be paired with engineers and leaders from top tech companies.


You will meet people from similar backgrounds at all stages of the learning process, from beginners to experienced engineers.