Hour of Code

Hour of Code

Organize an Hour of Code™ and join a global movement introducing tens of millions of students worldwide to computer science.

  • $500 per new project
  • Locations:
    • San Antonio
    • Grant County
    • Des Moines
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project

How to get involved

Time: You'll need a couple of hours to plan your Hour of Code and some time to come up with follow-on activities.

While Hour of Code events are traditionally held in classrooms and other venues across the globe, you don’t need to be together in-person to enjoy the fun! You can also host a virtual Hour of Code.

5 Steps
Who?
Jessica Coffin joined Hour of Code at Bull Run Library a Hour of Code group 3 months ago
Fiona Koehnen joined Hour of Code Explorers a Hour of Code group 4 months ago
KATHERINE FULLER joined Hour of Code Explorers a Hour of Code group 5 months ago
Leah Wells joined Hour of Code Explorers a Hour of Code group 5 months ago
KIMBERLY BUNCH joined Hour of Code Explorers a Hour of Code group 5 months ago
DEBORAH KOEHNEN joined Hour of Code Explorers a Hour of Code group 6 months ago
Sharon Bussey joined Hour of Code at Bull Run Library a Hour of Code group 7 months ago
Elaine James joined Adama Robotics Hour of Code a Hour of Code group 7 months ago
Jeffery August followed Hour of Code 10 months ago
Gregory Fahey followed Hour of Code 10 months ago
Kai Dupe followed Hour of Code 10 months ago
John Lester followed Hour of Code 10 months ago
Derek Bain followed Hour of Code 10 months ago
Eligah Hanks Jr. followed Hour of Code 10 months ago
La Daliah Bishop-McBride followed Hour of Code 10 months ago
  • $500 per new project
  • Locations:
    • San Antonio
    • Grant County
    • Des Moines
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project
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