THE CODEX STORY
CodeX was founded with a single mission: to make tech education accessible in low-income communities.
CodeX provides college and pre-career exposure to the tech sector for underprivileged students in the Central Valley. Through high energy, hands-on educational programs, CodeX equips students with foundational knowledge in computer science, inspiring them to pursue current opportunities to secure economic mobility.
In furthering its mission, CodeX has worked to create school ecosystems to support students in their learning journey. By providing training opportunities for teachers and curriculum to assist school districts implement tech-focused courses, the hope of making tech education accessible in low-income communities is becoming a reality.
What We're Doing
We’re working to equip students, teachers, and schools to utilize tech as a means for community transformation.
CodeX offer students 7-week computer science camps to learn the basics of website and app design; they also have the opportunity to visit universities and tech headquarters.
Teachers interested in incorporating computer science and technology into their classrooms have the opportunity to participate with students in CodeX led summer camps.
Community Demo Day
#CODENIGHT is an annual event where students showcase community-focused projects, and have the opportunity to pitch their ideas to a panel of judges for a cash prize.
CodeX has worked alongside school districts in the development of course curriculum to implement tech-focused electives into the school day as a means to reach more students.