Codefy = Code + Defiance. By teaching coding to the community and reaching out to all ages, genders, races, and backgrounds, Codefy hopes to DEFY the stereotypes relating to the field of computer science, while simultaneously showing that programming is fun and done in a collaborative environment. Our team believes that the language and art of programming is knowledge to which all of us have a right to and thus, should not come at any cost. Currently, our program allows high school mentors to guide students, through free 1-on-1 and small group classes, in developing the skills to eventually be able to pursue a career in computer science if they desire. With this and it's coming initiatives, including college mentorship as well as Q and A workshops about computer science, Codefy hopes to establish a community of leaders with the technical skills and knowledge to pave the future.
Codefy currently offers virtual biweekly classes, serving over 250 students till date. Our workshops are run by experienced mentors who aim to provide free and quality education to our participants. The goal is to provide students with one-on-one or one-on-two mentoring because we understand that it is often difficult for students to teach themselves how to code. We also run special two to three day workshops on special topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Game Design, etc.