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Claremont Graduate University

They are a community of educators and researchers effecting positive social change. Together, we can do great things! When students enter Claremont Graduate University's School of Information Systems and Technology, they will discover a rich, research focused environment, populated by an active and influential faculty and a diverse and creative student body. They are one of a few stand-alone accredited, research-intensive IS&T schools in the nation. Their core courses provide a solid technical grounding in IT systems, while at the same time, addressing the significant management challenges to designing, developing, implementing and assessing IT systems in applied business and governmental settings.

Clark State Community College

Clark State will build a community that empowers individuals to experience intellectual growth by creating opportunities for them to be accepted, challenged, held accountable, rewarded, and transformed.

Clemson University

The mission of Clemson University is to fulfill the covenant between its founder and the people of South Carolina to establish a "high seminary of learning" and "develop the material resources of the state" through its historical land-grant responsibilities of teaching, research and extended public service". The University is committed to providing talent for the global economy by recruiting and graduating outstanding students: retaining faculty and staff nationally recognized in their discipline; offering exceptional educational experiences grounded in student engagement; driving innovation through research and service that solves problems, stimulates economic growth and creates jobs; and serving the public good by focusing on the great challenges of the 21st century.

Cleveland State University

Our mission is to encourage excellence, diversity and Engaged Learning by providing a contemporary and accessible education in the arts, sciences, humanities and professions, and by conducting research, scholarship and creative activity across these branches of knowledge. We endeavor to serve and engage the public and prepare our students to lead productive, responsible and satisfying lives in the region and global society.

Coastline Community College

Coastline Community College enables women in technology with the following initiatives. First and foremost, they have a partnership with University of California-Irvine Informatics Department. They share curriculum so our students can transfer as juniors to the university Informatics program. They have developed a brochure that is distributed to all of the local high schools and at career events and developed a recruitment video. Plus, they make presentations at the local high schools that include hands-on activities. We are planning to develop a tutoring program using upperclassmen from University of California-Irvine to help students with programming and math. We have a community in MYSPACE to generate interest in Computer Science. They use pairs programming and problem case-based learning to make the courses relevant to industry standards.

Code Circle

Code Circle is an international youth-driven nonprofit working to provide engaging, free courses to teach middle schoolers the design, logic, and engineering behind computer science.

Kyle Zolkin

Code Nation

Code Nation equips students in under-resourced high schools with the skills, experiences, and connections that together create access to careers in technology. With a volunteer teaching corps of 300 technology professionals and a powerful network of school and company partners, we bring coding courses and work-based learning programs to students who attend under-resourced high schools. Students leave Code Nation programs career-ready, with a holistic set of skills, competencies, and resources that set them up for success: technical skills, professional skills, connections in the industry, work experience, confidence and sense of belonging.

Code.org

Code.org is a non-profit dedicated to growing computer programming education.  Our vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science.  We believe computer science should be part of the core curriculum in education, alongside other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses, such as biology, physics, chemistry and algebra.

Cameron Wilson, Laura Kline, Hadi Partovi, Brook Osborne

Code/Interactive

Code/Interactive is a nonprofit that inspires the next generation of tech leaders from underserved communities with teacher professional development, school partnerships, entrepreneurship and mentorship events, and student opportunities.

Tom O'Connell

CodeChix

CodeChix is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Education, Advocacy and Mentoring, of women engineers in industry and academia.   We aim to increase the number of women engineers in industry through our technical and mentoring/networking programs.

Rupa Dachere

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