CodeSquad builds a pipeline of talent
and stable careers in low-income communities
CodeSquad builds new opportunities
Energize your talent pipeline and lower recruiting costs

Companies turn to CodeSquad to build their pipeline of entry-level web and mobile developers

CodeSquad is a non-profit organization that trains talented adults from Boston's urban core to become full-stack software developers and launch a new career. Students are trained in web design and server-side development, as well as Agile methodology, effective communication and teamwork. Following their training, CodeSquad works to place graduates in full-time software jobs in Greater Boston.

Our grads have found software jobs at companies including:

athenahealth logo
Harvard University IT logo
Liberty Mutual logo
Wayfair logo
EF Education First logo
eXalt logo
Curriculum Associates logo

Meet our graduates: 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022

Why partner with CodeSquad?

New talent

Grads from our bootcamp don't match the typical demographics of Boston's tech sector:

  • 81% people of color
  • 62% women
  • 10% non-binary
New funders

Despite the challenges of Covid-19, charitable investments in CodeSquad doubled during 2020, remained steady in 2021 and increased again in 2022

Industry interest

Senior executives, developers and hiring managers from 11 companies attended CodeSquad's 2022 Project Night

70+ Engineers & Execs

have volunteered as coding coaches, career panelists or advisors.

Our Funders:

R.A. Hunt Foundation logo
Mayor's Office of Workforce Development, Neighborhood Jobs Trust logo
Amelia Peabody Foundation logo
Mary D. Whitney Trust logo
The Lenny Zakim Fund logo
Moses Kimball Fund logo
Mifflin Memorial Fund logo