Corporate Partnerships


Your company can help shape
the next generation of
digital creators


Our Mission
Make Japan a country where every child can experience the joy of digital creatorship

 

Our Vision
Children will be the digital creators and shape the world

Code for Everyone is a nonprofit organization that works to strengthen computer science education in public schools across Japan. Our goal is to bring quality programming education to all children, regardless of their location or financial situation. 

Since our start in 2015, we have built a strong, multi-sector network of local government leaders, school administrators, former educators, and multi-national companies to further our mission of providing teachers across Japan the tools and support they need to create fun and engaging programming content for their pupils/students. 

How Code for Everyone Supports Computer Science Education

Computer Science Teacher Training Program for Elementary, Middle & High School Educators

TRAININGS

  • Educators from 43 of Japan’s 47 prefectures
  • have participated in our teacher training program
  • have participated in our teacher training program

TEACHERS

  • 92,472+ teachers
  • have completed one of our programs
  • have completed one of our programs

TEACHER TESTIMONIALS

This was the first time I ever got to learn about teaching Computer Science.
Lots of practical examples made it easy to imagine how I could apply this to my classroom. I also enjoyed discussing how to better interact with my students.

The workshop was very inspiring.
I would recommend it to any teacher who is interested in teaching programming.

This was a fantastic opportunity to think about the future of education.
Lots of practical examples made it easy to imagine how I could apply this to my classroom. I also enjoyed discussing how to better interact with my students.

Free Resources for Computer Science Education

PROGURU

  • 2M+ unique users 
  • including teachers, pupils and students (as of Dec 2021)
  • including teachers, pupils and students (as of Dec 2021)

After School Programming Centers

  • Computer Club House Kaga*
    (Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture)
  • Mimimi-Lab
    (Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture)
  • New facility to open in March 2022!
    (Susaki City, Kochi Prefecture)

  • Mimimi-Lab
    (Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture)

Free IT mentoring

  • More than 1000 hours of free IT mentoring 
  • are provided by each facility every year
  • are provided by each facility every year

*What is Computer Club House?

The Clubhouse Network was established in 1993 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston, U.S.A.) and is now an international community of 100+ Clubhouses in 21 countries where young people from low-income communities can work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology. Each Clubhouse provides a safe and free out-of-school learning environment where young people can become more creative, capable, and confident learners.

Events and Workshops for Pupils/Students

Events / Workshops (2021)

  • 27 events and workshops were held 
  • 1905 pupils/students nationwide participated
  • 1905 pupils/students nationwide participated

Corporate support / volunteers

  • 206 corporate volunteers took part in our events/workshops in 2021
  • 60+ events ever offered have been supported by 40+ corporate partners
  • 60+ events ever offered have been supported by 40+ corporate partners

Previous events include...

  • Hands-on programming workshops (online & in-person) for pupils/students of all ages including residents of children’s group homes
  • Online Career Sessions for middle and high school students
  • Hour of Code CS Education Week, a Global Computer Science Education Awareness Event held every year in December
  • Online Career Sessions for middle and high school students

PUPIL / STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

I had assumed that there were no women who worked in engineering, so it was really great to hear about the work from a woman who actually works as an engineer.
(Career session)
I thought I was going to hear a lot of facts about working in IT, but most of what the speaker talked about was her own thoughts and ideas. Her talk really made me realize how important it is to think and act for myself.
(Career session)
I thought I was going to hear a lot of facts about working in IT, but most of what the speaker talked about was her own thoughts and ideas. Her talk really made me realize how important it is to think and act for myself.
(Career session)
I enjoyed both programming and the conversation with the mentor. My project didn't work very well in the presentation, but after the workshop, I tried to fix it, and it worked well, so that was good. I would like to do programming with the mentor again someday.
(Hands-on programming workshop)
Thank you very much for teaching us enjoyably and politely. It was fun to play the games that we made together. Please come to our town again.
(Hands-on programming workshop)
Thank you very much for teaching us enjoyably and politely. It was fun to play the games that we made together. Please come to our town again.
(Hands-on programming workshop)

Your company can help shape the next generation of digital creators

Partner with Code for Everyone to expand our activities

Code for Everyone is looking for collaborators on new projects! If you are interested in partnering with us in any of the areas listed below or have your own CSR initiative you would like to discuss, please get in touch using the link below.
■ Supporting Women in STEM
     e.g. Computer Science Teacher Training for Female Educators 
■ Supporting children in depopulated areas
■ Providing an opportunity for immigrant children struggling with language barriers in Japan
■ Surveying the status of technology education
■ Policy recommendation to create a new subject on computer science 

Host a Programming Event for Pupils/Students

By sponsoring an event, you can utilize your company's expertise to introduce pupils/students to the latest technology and programming techniques, as well as give your employees an opportunity to volunteer locally. Code for Everyone can coordinate the event and even arrange a partnership with a school.
Below are some examples of the types of events we have hosted in the past:
■ Hands-on Programming Workshops (online or in-person)
Your employees can directly support pupils/students of all ages as they learn to program a robot, website, or other projects.

■ Online Career Sessions 
These events help middle and high school students imagine their future careers and learn about the reality of working in IT by communicating with professionals in a fun, casual environment.

Sponsor an After School Programming Center

Through financial, in-kind, or volunteer support, your company can help our After School Programming Centers deliver thousands of hours of free IT tutoring each year. 

Utilize your company's resources to bring children in contact with cutting-edge computer science education and caring, supportive mentors. 

You can even donate office space! One company has converted an unused office building into a Programming Center.
Fundraising
Host a fundraising event or donation drive within your company to raise awareness about Code for Everyone. 

■ Donations can also be linked to your event (e.g., your company donates $1 to Code for Everyone for each attendee at the event).

■ Donations can also be made through Benevity Causes Portal.
Pro-bono Volunteers
You can help support our operations by volunteering your professional services.

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