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June 22, 2017
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The Almanac: Menlo Park: Third-graders take on computer coding
January 19, 2017
Once a week, the students take a break from traditional classwork to dive into team-based computer coding lessons, prepared by Code for Fun, a nonprofit that teaches kids about computer science.
San Jose Mercury News: Menlo Park students get early start on coding lessons
November 17, 2016
Code for Fun, a Fremont-based organization founded by Servane Demol, is partnering with the Ravenswood City School District this school year to teach computer science to second- to eighth-graders — roughly 1,400 students.
June, 11, 2016
September 30, 2015
WOMEN IN EDTECH: SERVANE DEMOL, THE WOMAN BEHIND CODE FOR FUN
June 9, 2015
Once I started working, I found the tech industry a little competitive. Male co-workers tend to give you assignment and let you struggle on your own, while female co-workers would tend to provide more mentoring guidance.
WOMEN IN EDTECH: CODE FOR FUN
June 9, 2015
There are very few organization creating or investing in sustainable K 12 programs. Most of those programs have been started by individuals, as non-profits, and yes, you guessed it, by women. Servane Demol's Code for Fun is one of these organizations.
Code for fun: Startup of the year 2015
May 27, 2015
Special Distinction: CODE FOR FUN: This non-profit is preparing the future of Silicon Valley by exposing children to computer science as early as possible. In less than 2 years, it has already created 56 different curricula and instructed over 300 students.