Give the Gift of Education: Nominate a Teacher for a Computer Science Scholarship

Do you know a middle or high school teacher who loves learning? Our workshops will prepare teachers – even with no prior experience – to teach computer science (CS), to open opportunity for students. Code.org has prepared more than 100,000 educators to teach our courses, and they give our program rave reviews.


Are you interested in teaching computer science? Apply directly!


Thanks to our generous donors, eligible middle and high school teachers can receive full scholarships and all teachers will learn about free resources to support their students. We welcome teachers from all subject areas – no CS experience needed!

Just fill out the form below, and let us know why this teacher would make a great CS teacher. We’ll let them know you nominated them and encourage them to apply!

(Note: Scholarship availability varies by region. Teachers need to fill out an application to be considered for both the program and any scholarships or discounts available in their region. Outside the US, the teacher prep course is online. All the classroom resources are completely free of charge.)




Code.org (and these scholarships) are supported by:

Amazon, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Facebook, Google, Infosys Foundation USA, Microsoft, PwC, Vista Equity Partners

Accenture, Bank of America, General Motors, Motorola Solutions Foundation, Northrop Grumman Corporation, NortonLifeLock, Pluralsight One, Salesforce.org, Tanium, Tesla, Uber, WhaleRock

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Note: Any information you provide about the teacher you nominate will not be used for any purpose other than to notify the teacher about this opportunity. Neither the teacher nor you will be added to any newsletter lists, and the teacher’s email address will not be shared. The nominated teacher’s email information will be deleted at the end of this campaign, unless the teacher has chosen to sign up for a Code.org account or other Code.org services.