Bellevue, WA, April 08, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- Coding Dojo, a leading technology education company, today announces the launch of Tech for America, an initiative aimed at supporting businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. The organization is mobilizing its network of more than 4,500 alumni to provide web and software development services for companies on a volunteer basis.
So far, more than 100 volunteers have registered to help companies adapt to and survive the global pandemic. Projects will include creating or maintaining organizations’ websites, adding functionality to the existing sites, and assisting in other impactful ways.
“No one knows when society will go back to normal, but there is comfort to be found in that uncertainty,” said Coding Dojo CEO Richard Wang. “We’re all in this together, even if we’re isolated from one another. We hope Tech for America helps small businesses survive COVID-19 and believe programs like this will help us grow stronger as communities and as a country.”
Businesses in need of assistance can learn more by visiting https://www.codingdojo.com/tech-for-america and are urged to email email@example.com. Once a request is submitted, organizations will be paired with volunteers based on locality, technology proficiency required for a given project, and other factors.
Coding Dojo will continually grow the volunteer network to provide development support for the growing number of distressed businesses. Based on the program’s learnings and success, the technology education company plans to continue the program after the COVID-19 crisis to support charitable organizations via its registered nonprofit Code for Change.
About Coding Dojo
Coding Dojo is a leading technology education company that offers a three-full-stack computer programming bootcamp, as well as courses on Data Science and other emerging technologies. The innovative curriculum and Learning Management System are designed to train students to become self-sufficient developers, regardless of their technical background. Coding Dojo has campuses in ten US cities, as well as a part-time online program. Learn more at www.codingdojo.com.