Over 27,000 organizers representing over 3 million students from 165 countries have committed to hosting Hour of Code. Is your school, company, or organization among them?
Anyone and everyone is encouraged to participate in the Hour of Code, a part of Computer Science Education Week (December 9-15). It’s simple. Dedicate one hour of your week to learning the basics of computer science. Yes, just one hour is all it takes to learn the basics. Just go online and choose a free, self-guided tutorial that demonstrates how anyone can learn and anyone can use these new skills to innovate and create. Considering computer science is a foundation to virtually any career, I would say that one hour is a sound investment!
Already a CS whiz? Spread your wisdom by signing up to host Hour of Code. Whether it’s at work, in a classroom, or in the community, your knowledge and passion for CS needs to be shared!
Need further convincing to take part? Check out these CS stats and watch the code.org video (below). You’ll want to get involved for sure!