Code4Life is a program that teaches computer programming to young DC residents. It was launched in 2013 as an after-school program focused on the middle-school grades.
It's grown into the largest K-12 STEM education initiative in the District with around 400 students who took part in the program this past semester at 24 DC public and charter schools.
We're currently expanding into high school and we're considering a full-time, 24 week, post-secondary software development career training program.
It will take a young DC resident and teach them the skills they'll need to qualify for a position as an entry-level software developer and will help them find a meaningful job in the field.
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