Find out how you and your employees can inspire students to try computer science!
Connect with local classrooms and volunteer for the Hour of Code
Code.org offers the opportunity for your employees to
connect with local classrooms doing the Hour of Code where they can share their tech career experience and inspire students to study computer science.
Sign up to volunteer!
For more instructions on encouraging employees and connecting your employees with classrooms, check out our
guide for corporate partners. Additional ways companies can support the Hour of Code
Ask your CEO to
send a company-wide email emphasizing the importance of computer science and encouraging employees to spread the word. Host an Hour of Code Happy Hour with coworkers to try the
activities. Host an Hour of Code event for a local classroom of students or non profits partners to do an Hour of Code at your company’s office. See event how-to guide below.
Hour of Code event and encourage others to host. Encourage software engineers at your company to visit a local classroom to help lead an Hour of Code and inspire students to study computer science. They can
sign up to be connected with a classroom. 2. 观看视频指导
We host a variety of
fun, hour-long activities for participants of all ages, created by a variety of partners. Try them out!
电脑不够？采取 搭档合作编程的方式。 搭档合作可以让参与者互相帮助，减少对组织者的依赖。 他们将明白编程也是一种社交和协作。
Ideas to introduce your Hour of Code activity to students:
Explain ways technology impacts our lives, with examples both boys and girls will care about - talk about technology that’s saving lives, helping people, connecting people.
If you are a tech company, demo fun, innovative products your company is working on.
If you aren’t a tech company, discuss ways your company uses technology to solve problems and accomplish goals.
Invite software engineers from your company to speak about why they decided to study computer science and the projects they work on.
See tips for getting girls interested in computer science
here. 6. 编程！
Write the activity link on a whiteboard. Find the link listed on the
information for your selected activity under the number of participants. For younger students, load the activity page ahead of time or save it as a bookmark.
When participants come across difficulties it's okay to respond:
They can try another Hour of Code activity at hourofcode.com/learn.
Or, ask them to help a friend who are having trouble with the activity.