Kiddo Byte

FREE CODING COURSES FOR KIDS

Our Mission

Our mission is to give all kids access to computer science, regardless of their ability to pay.

We want to spread the magic of coding, through fun and interactive classes and interesting material.

Why Computer Science?

Computers are the future, but it seems many kids are not being prepared for that.

Coding is creative, fun, and useful, and exposing kids to computer science is a great way to foster their interest and creativity.

Our Approach

Our students look forward to our classes.

We foster learning by prioritizing creativity, fun and hands-on experiences while introducing challenges and projects.

Our Mission

Our mission is to give all kids access to computer science, regardless of their ability to pay.

We want to spread the magic of coding, through fun and interactive classes and interesting material.

Why Computer Science?

Computers are the future, but it seems many kids are not being prepared for that.

Coding is fun and useful. Exposing kids to computer science early on is a great way to foster their interest and creativity.

Our Approach

Our students look forward to our classes.

We foster learning by prioritizing creativity, fun and hands-on experiences while introducing challenges and projects.

Our Clients

The Brookview House

Transitional family housing

ATASK

Transitional and emergency family housing

Phoenix House

Treatment facility for families suffering from drug addiction

Our Partners

MIT Office of Government and Community Relations

MIT OGCR is a proud partner of Kiddo Byte

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is a proud partner of Kiddo Byte

The Akamai Foundation

Received the 2021 STEM Education grant

Our Clients

The Brookview House

Transitional family housing

ATASK

Transitional and emergency family housing

Phoenix House

Treatment facility for families suffering from drug addiction

Our Partners

MIT Office of Government and Community Relations

MIT OGCR is a proud partner of Kiddo Byte

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is a proud partner of Kiddo Byte

The Akamai Foundation

Received the 2021 STEM Education grant

The Brookview House

The Brookview House

We partnered with the Brookview House to teach a group of young boys to code.

In addition to online classes, we’ve been teaching Scratch and Python in person at Brookview since the Spring. We have over 17 students and have donated chromebooks to our students to promote their education further.

Founder and Chief Instructor

free access to computer science courses

Hi I’m Robbie! I love Computer Science and entrepreneurship. I created Kiddo Byte to share that interest with kids around the globe.

Our Incredible Volunteers!

free access to computer science courses

All of our volunteers are exceptional teens motivated to make computer science accessible to all children, regardless of their ability to pay.

Our Team

free access to computer science courses

Founder and Chief Instructor

Hi I’m Robbie! I love Computer Science and entrepreneurship. I created Kiddo Byte to share that interest with kids around the globe.

free access to computer science courses

Our Incredible Volunteers!

All of our volunteers are exceptional teens motivated to make computer science accessible to all children, regardless of their ability to pay.

free access to computer science courses

Volunteer today!

Together we will give all children free access to computer science.

Find your role at Kiddo Byte today:

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$30,000

$11,325

Recognized as a top 10 coding resource for kids

CodeWizardsHQ recognized Kiddo Byte as the 4th best coding resource for children.

 – June 2021

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Kiddo Byte is fiscally sponsored by Hack Club Bank, a project by The Hack Foundation (d.b.a. Hack Club), 501(c)(3) nonprofit (EIN: 81-2908499).