Code for Good
24-hour coding challenges for students to showcase their skills, work side by side with our employees, and solve real-world problems for social good organizations.
700 volunteers from the firm
65 projects worldwide
15.3k+ volunteer hours
$1.5M Social value of involvement
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Fostering innovation and providing opportunities for our people to use their technology expertise to give back to their communities.
Software Engineer Wisdom Mills-Owoo is among the 900 technologists working with Force for Good.
JPMorgan Chase Global Chief Information Officer Lori Beer on meeting the demand for technology jobs.
Learn how JPMorgan Chase is connecting talent with nonprofits in need.
JPMorgan Chase and the LeBron James Family Foundation bring technology into LeBron’s brand new public school in Akron.
Speech-to-text tech is opening up communication at a New York nonprofit.
Because a career in tech has many rewards.
Graduate technology program aims to boost talent pipeline and tackle profession’s long-standing gender imbalance.
How Technology for Social Good inspires change, fosters inclusion and makes a difference in communities.
How our 40,000 technologists around the world partner with nonprofits to give back.
Code for Good uses a coding competition in London to solve real-world problems while finding strong tech talent.
Our employees have volunteered to create solutions for the LeBron James Family Foundation to provide underserved students what they need to succeed.
Students and JPMorgan Chase employees team up to develop solutions for local nonprofits at a 24 hour code challenge.
24-hour coding challenges are staffed by hundreds of employee volunteers.