Help advance economic mobility
Your donation will support displaced and underserved talent to reskill and achieve economic and social mobility through a career in technology.
"Re:Coded has really changed how I think about my future."
Rama grew up in Homs in Syria and wants to use coding to help rebuild her country after the civil war.
"Whenever I was planning for my career, I was asking myself if this was going to help me do something for Syria. Coding allows me to build products that can help solve some of our biggest societal problems."
What your donation supports
Khadija and her family left Syria in 2013 when the war began. She later joined a Re:Coded bootcamp in 2020 and she is now working remotely as a developer for Hatch Apps in Washington D.C., USA.
Ammar is a Re:Coded alumni and joined our team as a trainer in 2019 to provide critical technical skills to other displaced talent so they have an opportunity to thrive in a new career.
We're challenging two traditional sectors—education and global development. We're also challenging the future of work—striving to redefine what makes an organization great and what makes culture flourish.
We still have a lot of work to do
Technology is transforming work in just about every sector of the global economy—and while these advances have created unparalleled opportunities for many, displaced and underserved talent still face systemic barriers in accessing quality education and employment required to improve their economic and social mobility in a changing landscape.
of all tech jobs are held by refugees.
of all tech jobs are held by women.
of all tech jobs are held by underrepresented ethnic minorities.
People are currently forcibly displaced across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa due to conflict and economic uncertainty.
Our impact numbers
We believe in the power of employment to change lives. Our goal is to prepare, place and support our learners into life-changing careers.
We only select students who are deeply committed to building a sustainable career in tech.
We support gender diversity in tech and aim for 50% of women in our programs.