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Become a CodePath Mentor

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YOU can inspire the next generation of tech talent by visiting https://codepath.chronus.com./ and becoming a CodePath.org mentor!

CodePath.org is preparing the next generation of underrepresented talent for careers in the tech industry. Every year, thousands of students engage in our on-campus and remote software engineering courses. One of the resources available to our students is technical mentorship - which is why we need passionate tech professionals to connect with our students as they start their careers. Volunteer mentors provide students with an avenue to learn more about the tech industry and a role model to emulate as they develop their own career identities.

Students engaging in the technical mentorship program are seeking guidance and support in a variety of areas - finding and applying to internships, starting their own businesses, learning new programming skills, expanding their interests, overcoming impostor syndrome, and more.

Why Become a Mentor?

  • DEVELOP feedback and critical thinking skills
  • SUPPORT the next generation of tech professionals
  • ADVANCE yourleadership skills
  • GIVE BACK to the tech community

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665 3RD ST STE 150, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107, US

Mission Statement

CodePath.org is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit increasing diversity in tech by transforming CS college education.


CodePath.org is a nonprofit organization, and over the last 5 years we taught thousands of professional engineers at companies like Facebook, AirBnb, Google - in fact we run Facebook’s University summer internship program and built AirBnb’s mobile training course.

About three years ago we brought these same rigorous courses to university students. Our mission is to increase the pipeline of underrepresented minorities to the tech industry.

We’re partnering with colleges and students to bring our courses to their campuses so they can learn in their own classrooms. Plus, we’re connecting students with jobs.

Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Mentoring
  • Youth Services
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Career Counseling / Coaching
  • Software Development




  • Minimum of 2.5 hours per semester.
  • Experience as a tech professional (software engineering, cybersecurity, web development or a similar role)

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