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What are other people saying about Careers with Code?

“There is SO MUCH good information in it yet somehow it doesn’t feel at all dense. As an educator I can imagine students taking in the magazine bite by thematic bite— They could read three or four articles that highlight innovation, or compare the myriad pathways that go along with the profiles. Of course reading for CS+X (the intersections of computing and other fields) would be illuminating. Another scan could be for opportunity—what might a person interested in CS try their hand at first? Next? What could one do independently or with a buddy, in school and out of school?”

– Jane Kraus, Curriculum and Program Development Consultant, National Center for Women and Information Technology


“Careers with Code is a useful tool and resource for students that inspires and provides relevant CS career information. In particular, for students from under-represented groups, Careers with Code enables them to not only aspire towards a career in CS, but also to have vicarious experiences via CS mentors and to concretely design and plan for their own personalized pathway into CS.”

– Gozie Nwabuebo, Google Team Lead for HBCU Engagement


“I really enjoyed the Careers with Code magazine that I recently came upon.  It’s a great resource for educators.”

Kimberly Kowal Arcand, Visualization Lead, NASA‘s Chandra X-ray Observatory


“I wanted to say thank you for the Careers with Code magazines that you rushed to our event in DC. Our Regional Partners loved them and are now asking how they can get more!”



“On the most basic level, we just wanted the girls to leave with a resource and we really loved the magazine when we saw it online. It seems like whoever created it really put in effort to make sure it would be something authentic for teens; it doesn’t come off as cheesy! We’re actually using the online magazine in our coding class today!

RISE Nonprofit


“I can use this in my groups, and ALL of our teachers can use it in our classroom advisories. There are so many fun activities and articles that we can use this one magazine this all year long!” 

Angela Cleveland, School Counselor, Google Certified Educator

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