G{Code} is an innovative, place-based initiative which connects women and non-binary people of color to educational and employment opportunities in the technology sector. The initiative combines affordable co-living, technology instruction, industry placements, and post-secondary education.

We aim to tackle the STEM gender gap, income inequality, and the affordable housing crisis by recruiting Boston residents, specifically women and non-binary people of color, including those who are close to aging out of homeless shelters by offering them a place to live while pursuing a STEM education.

Teaching the skills necessary to navigate the tech industry, this program ultimately provides participants with stable careers that will allow them to gain access to economic mobility.