Code.org is a non-profit foundation dedicated to growing computer programming education. The Company's line of business includes schools offering data processing courses or training in computer programming and in computer and computer peripheral equipment operation, maintenance, and repair.

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TypePrivate
HQSeattle, US
Founded2012
Size (employees)239 (est)
Websitecode.org
Code.org was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Seattle, US
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Key People/Management at Code.org

Hadi Partovi

Hadi Partovi

Founder and CEO

Code.org Office Locations

Code.org has an office in Seattle
Seattle, US (HQ)
900 1501 4th Ave
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Code.org Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Code.org total Funding

$35 m

Code.org latest funding size

$12 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Code.org investors

Code.org's latest funding round in December 2017 was reported to be $12 m. In total, Code.org has raised $35 m
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Code.org News and Updates

Pluralsight One Advances Access to Computer Science Education by Partnering with Code.org and CSTA

Pluralsight One Fund Providing $1.5 Million Grant to Code.org to Advance Access to Computer Science Education Pluralsight One Fund Providing $1.5 Million Grant to Code.org to Advance Access to Computer Science Education

Where schools fall short, Code.org engages young women in computer science

At last week’s CloudNOW Top 10 Women in Cloud Innovation Awards presented at Google Campus in Mountain View, California, President of Code.org Alice Steinglass (pictured) was honored for her work in driving progress for women in tech. Code.org is a non-profit organization with a stated goal of makin…

Code.org raises $12M to help more kids learn computer science

Code.org, a nonprofit dedicated to improving computer science education, announced today that it has raised $12 million in new funding. The money comes from previous donors The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Infosys Foundation USA, as well as from new donor PricewaterhouseCoopers. The organ…

Code.org gets $12 million for computer science education from Gates Foundation and other groups

Code.org, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing access to computer science education, announced today that it has received $12 million in new donations from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, Infosys FoundationUSA, and others. Founded in 2013 by twin brother…

Girls are flocking to computer science courses

Minority enrollment nearly tripled this year, as well, and the two groups could help fill the health IT and cybersecurity staffing gaps.

Steve Jobs Believed Everyone Should Learn This 1 Skill

In an interview, Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, shared the one skill he believed everyone should learn.
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Code.org Blogs

140 new Hour of Code tutorials including a new Minecraft adventure!

Hour of Code season has arrived, and we’re excited to unveil new activities from our partners!There are more than 140 new activities to choose from this year.With more than 140 new tutorials, and the ability to filter by grade, experience level, and classroom hardware, everyone can find the perfect …

Idaho becomes second state in the country to adopt all 9 CS policies

Idaho is the second state in the country to adopt all nine CS policies. Way to go!Idaho just became the second state in the country to adopt a robust policy plan to expand computer science in schools across the state. This is an impressive milestone and shows what can be achieved when teachers, stud…

The Hour of Code is coming. What will you create?

This year the Hour of Code will be the biggest and best ever. There is so much I can’t wait to share, and it starts with a special video!Creativity is our theme for the Hour of Code this year.https://medium.com/media/a9aa484d13a57b473731c33a071e374a/hrefIn just seven weeks, we’ll kick off the Hour o…

5 tips for hosting a successful Hour of Code

Around here, the days are getting shorter, temperatures are dropping and leaves are falling, which means (at least) one important thing: Hour of Code is coming!The world’s largest learning event happens every year during Computer Science Education Week, which falls on Dec. 3–9 this year. The Hour of…

Moving towards sustainability of computer science in schools

Five years ago, almost all US schools lacked computer science offerings. And, when they offered CS, it was usually treated as an elective or afterschool option — taught by a dedicated teacher working on their own. Students could not get graduation credit for these courses and the teacher had no reso…

The United States for Computer Science

Policies in 44 states are bringing CS to the classroomComputing has quickly become an integral part of our lives, changing everything from how we live, how we work, to how we interact with each other. As a catalyst for social change and the number one source of all new wages in our economy with more…
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Code.org Company Life and Culture

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Code.org Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Code.org founded?

    Code.org was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Code.org key executives?

    Code.org's key executives are Hadi Partovi.

  • How many employees does Code.org have?

    Code.org has 239 employees.

  • Who are Code.org competitors?

    Competitors of Code.org include Open Data Institute, ACT and Open Education Consortium.

  • Where is Code.org headquarters?

    Code.org headquarters is located at 900 1501 4th Ave, Seattle.

  • Where are Code.org offices?

    Code.org has an office in Seattle.

  • How many offices does Code.org have?

    Code.org has 1 office.