How to get involved1. Sign up to host an Hour of Code
Anyone, anywhere can host an Hour of Code. Sign up to receive updates and qualify for prizes.
2. Spread the word
Tell your friends about the #HourOfCode!
3. Ask your whole school to offer an Hour of Code
Send this email to your principal and challenge every classroom at your school to sign up. One lucky school in every U.S. state (and Washington D.C.) will win $10,000 worth of technology. Sign up here to be eligible and see last year’s winners.
4. Ask your employer to get involved
Send this email to your manager or company’s CEO.
5. Promote Hour of Code in your community
Recruit a local group— boy/girl scouts club, church, university, veterans group, labor union, or even some friends. You don’t have to be in school to learn new skills. Use these posters, banners, stickers, videos and more for your own event.
6. Ask a local elected official to support the Hour of Code
Send this email to your local representatives, city council, or school board and invite them to visit your school for the Hour of Code. It can help build support for computer science in your area beyond one hour.