Our initial 12-week course in Front End Web Development attracted more than 80 applicants. A majority of the ten final students were income-qualified for a full grant of the $1,500 tuition. Following course completion in late January 2017, nearly half of our students have now been hired or are in the process of interviewing for internships at area software employers.
By Fall 2016 we felt a need to respond to tremendous interest from our area K-12 educators. It’s logical that introduction of coding principles and practices throughout our region’s school systems will only make our local talent pipeline more inclusive and more expert.
Through 2018, we continue to work with numerous partners to build a community in which our software talent pipeline can grow.
In 2020 we expanded outside of Albany for the first time with KingstonCanCode. In 2021, now reaching communities outside of the Capital Region every day, we have announced our transition to simply being known as Can Code. We hope you’ll join us as we help more communities become Can Code communities!
We are a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit supported by grants, sponsorships, and income earned for workforce and K-12 programs, curriculum and program development.