Still have questions? See below for answers to commonly asked questions or email email@example.com.
Questions about in-person workshops:
For this year, we are only looking for Regional Partners in regions where Code.org is not already working with another organization. If you are interested in participating in local Professional Learning for the 2018-19 school year, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with the Regional Partner for your area.
We are particularly looking for new Regional Partners in:
See this document for an example Regional Partner program manager job description. This position will require at least 0.65 of an FTE’s time - this can be shared across one or more staff members of your organization.
See implementation timeline here.
Of course! Anyone accepted to be a partner can publish a press release. We ask that your organization take the lead on the content and that Code.org is provided the opportunity to review it prior to print.
Yes, some of our current partners have a joint partnership where one organization is the funding and advocacy arm and the other focuses on professional learning and outreach.
No, at this time, the Regional Partner Program is only open to organizations in the United States. While the Regional Partner Program continues to focus on organizations based in the U.S., there are many ways for non-U.S. organizations to partner with us. Please check out code.org/international for more information.
We encourage your organization to run other CS education workshops in addition to the Code.org programs!
Your organization does not need to have its own facilitators. Code.org will work with Regional Partners to find or contract with local Code.org-approved facilitators instead.
Yes, we will be asking each partner to recruit districts and schools for the Computer Science Principles and Computer Science Discoveries programs as part of this partnership.
Yes, Regional Partners can begin running CS Fundamentals workshops in Fall 2018 for K-5 teachers.
Code.org has computer science workshops designed for Counselors and Administrators to provide school leaders with the tools necessary to successfully support their teachers as they take on a new subject and style of teaching. Click here for an overview of this professional development session.