At General Assembly, we believe that everyone should have access to world-class computer science education. That's why we work with and support policymakers — like President Barack Obama, Senator Marco Rubio, and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, to name a few — who have expressed an unwavering commitment to creating opportunities in tech.
With new leaders headed to Washington this January, we want to do our part to ensure that the expansion of computer science education continues. During this era of change and uncertainty, it’s imperative we work together to leverage the power of education in maximizing diversity, increasing access to tech careers, and promoting socioeconomic mobility.
By adding your email address, you will help us show the strength of our community and the importance of our message: Computer science education should be available for all.
To invest in our collective future, we are committing $1 to Black Girls CODE for every person who joins us in pledging to expand computer science education opportunities. Black Girls CODE is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide young and preteen girls of color access to STEM education.
By adding your email address, we can show policymakers on both sides of the aisle that our community supports expanding computer science education.
For every signature we receive, we’ll donate $1 to Black Girls CODE, an organization that represents the future of computer science.
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