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Digital Divide, Vol.1
Free video-based curriculum created for under-served Black and Latino youth.
Silicon Valley
Watch the official Digital Divide, Vol.1 theme song performed by Amari.
Economic Opportunity
Learn more about our curriculum partnership with All Star Code.

Who We Are

Up To Code Academy (U2C) creates engaging learning experiences that provides culturally relevant video-based content for today’s underserved youth to foster awareness and inspire action.

What We Do

U2C creates personalized learning content that focuses on S.T.E.A.M., Health and Wellness, and Entrepreneurship for underserved youth.

Digital Divide, Vol. 1

There’s a digital divide that exists in the U.S. today.  Blacks and Latinos are approximately 30% of the U.S. population, but are drastically underrepresented in the Silicon Valley high tech workforce, with Latinos averaging 7% and Blacks just 3%.

Up To Code Academy decided to do something about it!

Experience It For Yourself

Not sure what a video-based lesson looks like? Press play on lesson 1, “Numbers Don’t Lie”, and experience it for yourself! Then, if you like what you see, simply register for free to access the entire course and the Resource Hub.

You’re one click away form getting Up To Code on the Digital Divide!

U2C News

The Leaky Tech Pipeline… 1600 900 UpToCode Academy

The Leaky Tech Pipeline…

Check out this enlightening article on how the tech industry is still struggling with the issue of diversity and inclusion.

Announcing DREAMerHack! 1600 900 UpToCode Academy

Announcing DREAMerHack!

Don’t miss Hackathon Academy’s groundbreaking event DREAMerHack! hosted by the Qeyno Group. Click the link to learn more.

George Hofstetter Named Young Futurist… 1600 900 UpToCode Academy

George Hofstetter Named Young Futurist…

Up To Code Academy’s Digital Divide, Vol.1 young host and co-producer, George Hofstetter, named Young Futurist 2018 by The Root. Read the article to find out more.