The idea is simple: Take a small cohort of young people of color, without college degrees, and teach them to be software developers, so that they ultimately can have access to real, high-growth, career-building jobs. Bring them “up to code” and transform them into engineers.

“Being part of the team has introduced me to electronics and mechanical engineering and I’m interested in studying power engineering when I graduate. This program gives us a real-life experience that isn’t taught in school.”


    Roshan Pandey, Team member

Resilient Coders

Find out more when you read: Q3 2018 Destiny Newsletter

BSCAH’s farm located in Far Rockaway is home to the National Grid Foundation Healing Garden, an urban green space uniting local agriculture, community development and economic development.

Bed Stuy Campaign Against Hunger: Green Teens

IMproving Their Community’s Health One Vegetable at a Time

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Staten Island Green Technology Club

Takes 2nd Place in 2018

Solar Car Challenge

Up to code

Read about Resilient Coders in: National Grid Foundation's Destiny Newsletter