Daily life, economies, and national security
depend on a strong and skilled STEM workforce.

1.
ANY PARENT (THAT'S YOU!) CAN HELP START A CLUB AT YOUR SCHOOL

9 out of 10 parents say they want computer science and engineering education for their students. Let Codecraft Works provide the platform and framework for starting a club at your school and growing local support.

2.
SCHOOLS WANT BUSINESS PARTNERS TO HELP SUPPORT THEIR STE(A)M INITIATIVES

Codecraft Works is a committed Partner In Education (PIE) since 2013 to schools and districts empowering teachers to bring computer science, engineering, and cyber security education to their students via Codecraft Clubs and online resources.

3.
STUDENTS GAIN VALUABLE 21st CENTURY SKILLS

Computer Science (CS), the technology it creates and the innovation supports is a growing cornerstone of our lives and our economy. There is a lack of qualified people to fill hundreds of thousands of computing jobs nationally across every industry, who are needed to develop next generation ideas.

4.
CO-CREATED AND STANDARDS ALIGNED PROJECT BASED LEARNING

Our platform offers the opportunity to co-create materials, share best practices, and introduce additional resources to ensure projects are meeting the exact needs of educators and align with state and national education standards.

5.
PARENTS + CODECRAFT = STE(A)M POWERED PARTNERSHIPS FOR SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS

Educators, innovators, and clubs leaders will get in-person support from a network of high-tech mentors and save valuable time leveraging our online computer science education platform resources.

Why Codecraft?


Our son loves Codecraft Lab so much! He says 'it's the best club I have ever been in,' and after only two sessions he was able to build an impressive game.



I believe learning the skill sets required to be successful in the computer science and computer security fields prepare me to work in nearly every industry, and the problem solving I’ve already learned is invaluable both in and out of school. I can say with certainty that learning to program with friends and mentors will remain one of the most influential and best decisions I’ve ever made.



Thank you again for your help yesterday.

Not only did you help with Minecraft mods, but Austin and I were both impressed with the calm response when repeatedly thwarted with complications: “Hmmmm…,” and simply move onto the next idea. It was a priceless problem-solving attitude at its best. We will both attempt to model this example.


Alyson Alley

We as parents tend to worry about the hours our kids devote to technology, but what if those hours were spent learning 21st century skills instead of simply “gaming” the hours away? You can steer their interests in technology in a positive direction and enable them to gain the confidence to become creative computer rock stars.


Laurie Giniewski

If a young person is interested in sports, you take him to a playing field, put a ball in front of him, and give him time to practice and play. If your child shows an interest in technology, why not give her the same freedom to learn and explore with access to a laptop, high-tech learning tools, and a mentored lab?


Bingqian Liu

Kids have the power, even at their young ages, to grasp and learn computer programming. Whether they pursue a degree in the computer field or not, our goal is to offer the opportunities for all kids to be better prepared for a future that is already here; where programming is essential to how the world functions.


Shannon Landin