Code.org

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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.

TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQSeattle, WA, US
Websitecode.org
Employee Ratings4.4
Overall CultureA+

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)320(+3%)
Job Openings8
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
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Key People/Management at Code.org

Brad Smith

Brad Smith

Director
Alfred Lin

Alfred Lin

Director
Jeff Wilke

Jeff Wilke

Director
Anne Dinning

Anne Dinning

Director
Alexis Harrigan

Alexis Harrigan

Director of State Government Affairs
Hanna Skandera

Hanna Skandera

Director
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Code.org Office Locations

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

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Founding Date

2012

Code.org total Funding

$37.8 m

Code.org latest funding size

$12 m

Time since last funding

4 years 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 $37.8 m
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Code.org Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

87/100

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Code.org Online and Social Media Presence

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Code.org Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    A+

    87/100

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    89/100

  • Compensation

    A+

    90/100

  • Diversity

    A

    86/100

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Code.org News and Updates

Amazon Partners With Code.org To Launch Equity-Minded Advanced Placement Computer Science Programming Course

Amazon donates $15m to Code.org to support the launch of a new equity-minded Advanced Placement Computer Science programming curriculum. I explain why creating mirrors can shape the future of tech.

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.
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Code.org Blogs

What college majors offer the most bang for your buck?

New data shows that engineering and computer science majors have the highest return on investment, while 28% of degree programs have negative returns.Photo by Keira Burton from Pexels.As more and more Americans grapple with exploding tuition and crippling student debt, conversations abound on the pu…

Poetry and computer science have more in common than you think, according to this student

Caia loves computer science and she’s also an accomplished poet! She says both offer creative outlets, supportive communities, and the chance to take risks.Sitting at a desk, staring at a blank screen, struggling to take the idea in your head and make it come alive. It’s a familiar feeling for any a…

Q&A with Elisabeth Holm, founder of the Sisterhood of Native American Coders

The Stanford student identifies with the Hopi tribe and works with other women to break barriers and increase Native American representation in tech.Elisabeth Holm discovered her love of computer science and coding at a camp for girls in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) betwe…

Saudi students are building the future, one block at a time

Excitement for programming education is growing in big leaps, thanks to an initiative of the nation’s Education Ministry, in association with Microsoft and Code.org.For six weeks in early 2021, students across Saudi Arabia tested their creativity by making stories and games — and envisioning what co…

In their rural subsistence village, this educator teaches coding to Alaska Native students

Braving blizzards, butchering caribou, and packing a year of groceries on a barge: For Anna Mekki, it’s just part of the job teaching computer science in Wainwright, Alaska.Located in Alaska’s North Slope Borough, the village of Wainwright is home to about 550 people — 90 percent of whom are Iñupiat…

Announcing Code.org’s newest curriculum, CS Connections, PLUS this year’s Hour of Code activities!

The curriculum incorporates this year’s Hour of Code activities and makes the connections between learning computer science and other subjects like language arts, science, math, and more.In today’s digital world, computer science is everywhere. From the smartphone you use every day, to the software …
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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 Brad Smith, Alfred Lin and Jeff Wilke.

  • How many employees does Code.org have?

    Code.org has 320 employees.

  • Who are Code.org competitors?

    Competitors of Code.org include Achievement First, GreatSchools.org and OpenStax.

  • Where is Code.org headquarters?

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