Brothers Code is fueling the diverse tech talent pipeline by teaching 250+ young men of color code

Brothers Code

(December 12, 2015)–Today, The Kapor Center for Social Impact (kaporcenter.org) and The Hidden Genius Project (hiddengeniusproject.org), hosted the 3rd annual Brothers Code (brotherscode.org), held at Merritt College in Oakland, CA. Brothers Code, which is part of a larger Hour of Code (#HourOfCodeOAK) initiative focused on introducing young people across the U.S. to the basics of computer science education, is a day-long event focusing on young men of color. These young men, in middle and high school, are interested in learning more about the skills and networks that can guide them to exciting opportunities in tech. [Read more…]