The Coding Space is committed to being anti-racist advocates, champions of women+, and change makers in our community through education and opportunity.
We believe that everyone has a right to equitable education in a safe and inclusive learning environment and are committed to increasing access to our high-quality coding programs through our scholarship program.
We are committed to correcting the gender gap in tech by providing mentorship, opportunities for growth, and equitable access to girls, women, transgender people, and non-binary people through our GirlCode Program.
We actively partner with corporations and nonprofits in our community to provide free computer science education to kids who need it most. Past partnerships have included bringing our curriculum and teachers to Title I schools in Sunset Park and East Flatbush and training teachers to use our curriculum in a public housing development in East Harlem.
Our annual Code 4 Change Challenge encourages young coders to dream big and imagine solutions to real-world problems through code. Prizes are donated to philanthropic organizations that address the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.