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CSEdWeek Kickoff Event

December 3, 2018 - Seattle, WA

Save the Date

Every year, Code.org kicks off Computer Science Education Week with a signature event – at the White House, opening the stock market, or in Silicon Valley with leading women in tech, like Sheryl Sandberg and Susan Wojcicki.

You’re invited to a special event to launch Computer Science Education Week 2018, to celebrate the accomplishments of the CS education community, and to make new announcements and pledges to K-12 computer science.

Featured speaker:


Melinda Gates

Melinda Gates
Co-Chair
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Pledges and Announcements

Would you like to help generate positive press for the work your organization is doing to support computer science? We are now collecting pledges and announcements for the CSEdWeek kickoff event. We want to share the spotlight and press attention with you during this event by inviting you to submit a new announcement and/or pledge with a focus on broadening participation in computer science.

These announcements represent an opportunity to celebrate a recent achievement or the launch of a new initiative. Pledges represent a clear and measurable goal to expand access and diversity in computer science that includes a specific number of teachers, schools, and/or students who will be engaged. Announcements and pledges should be new and newsworthy. We won’t repeat information that has been previously shared publicly. Of course, you're welcome to schedule independent announcements for the morning of December 3rd as well.

Please complete this form by November 2nd to submit an announcement and/or pledge to be considered for the 2018 CSEdWeek kickoff event. See examples of pledges and announcements here.

Thank you for your support of computer science education. Have questions? Contact eric.fershtman@code.org.

The event will be organized by Code.org, thanks to the support of our generous funders




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