Migracode acts as a bridge between the demand for skilled people in the tech sector and people with a migration background who are eager to work in the tech industry. Founded in 2019, we are cooperating with other code schools in Europe to build a large community of companies and students to foster both labor integration as well as social inclusion.
We believe that everyone deserves the right to follow education, especially those with less opportunities. Therefore we focus on those with a migration background and who have the eagerness to learn, but are often not able to do so.
Our project is financed by various sources, ranging from the European Union to companies in the private sector. Together with the support of our partners we are able to continue our journey.
Building a migrant-tech community
Together with professional developers and our students we are constantly expanding our community of local people, migrants, refugees, companies, NGO’s and other organisations that are involved in our project. This whole process is in line with the philosophy with the organisation behind Migracode: the Open Cultural Center. More information about them can be found here.
Inclusive and supportive
With offering free education to vulnerable groups come other responsibilities. That is why we do not only offer technical support, but also other forms of support to allow motivated people from all backgrounds and in all situations to join our school.
We have volunteers who can take care of the children of students if needed.
We have a Social Worker within our organisation as a first contact point for any issues.
We have volunteers who point our students in the right direction for any legal questions.
Our management team
Vincent van Grondelle
Do you want to know more?
If you are interested in learning more about our program, you can find more background information about our project in the section below. You can just click on the titles to read the information and find the answers to your questions.
Picture: one of the many overcrowded, inhumane refugee camps in Greece. Many Migracode students have stayed there for long periods of time.