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CODEDOOR.

ORG
Developers help refugees to become Developers.
We turn the refugee crisis into a German Wirtschaftswunder.

PROBLEM

1.5 million refugees will


come to Germany in 2015.
About 380.000 refugees will
stay in Germany and at least
80.000 will need education.

Zaatari refugee camp in


Jordan counting 80,000 refugees.

Source: FAZ, 5.10.2015, http://goo.gl/wSkdg9

Refugees on their way to Germany.

Germany lacks 41,000


developers.
Source: Bundesverband Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und
neue Medien e.V.

Graph Bitkom, 41,000 developers


are need in Germany..

SOLUTION
We empower refugees to
become software
developers and find jobs as
developers in less than 12
months.

Together we will contribute


significantly to the social and economic value
creation for Europe We will
turn a crisis into a victory.

SUSTAINABLE CYCLE

Refugees apply through CodeDoor for a


scholarhip at udacity..com

Zanox AG provides Laptops.

Udacity conducts the education and certification.

Udacity and CodeDoor accompany the refugees


respectively through online and offline tutoring
and weekly team meetings.

While still studying the refugees will meet


potential employers at workshops and company
events conducted by CodeDoor.

After graduation the refugees contribute 10


developer hours per month for one year into the
system to support other refugees entering the
program.

PARTNER

Udacity

is a Silicon Valley based online university founded by


Udacity
Sebastian Thrun (Google, Stanford). Udacity offers Nanaodegrees
in developer subjects that have been co-created with at&t,
facebook, github and hack reactor.
Udacity will provide scholarships to refugees in Europe.
http://www.udacity.com

Social Impact Lab


Social Impact Labs offers workshops, networking, office space and
free wi-fi for startups founded by people with a migrationbackground. The refugees educated by CodeDoor and Udacity
will be supported by Social Impact Lab.
Social Impact Labs are funded by KfW and JP Morgan.

PRODUCT
Udacity & CodeDoor

study at Udacity.com and are


Students
supported with laptops and team guides

through CodeDoor.org

Social Impact Labs

The refugees will meet in the labs, to study and to


attend workshops.

EXPECTED RESULTS
Value creation for refugees and society

Refugees regain hope and confidence


Integration will be pro actively reached
Innovation will emerge through the new cultural influences by the refugees

Great value creation for the economies

Phase 0: Germany (Launch: November 15)


200 - 300 per cohort (each 4-6 months)
3 cohorts per year: max. 900 graduates
Value creation for the German economy: 32 mil.
Phase 1: Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Launch: March 16)
300 - 1.000 per cohort (each 4-6 months)
3 cohorts per year: up to 3.000 graduates
Value creation for the German economy: 108 mil.
Phase 2: Europe (Launch: September 16)
1.000 - 5.000 per cohort (each 4-6 months)
3 cohorts per year: up to 15.000 graduates
Value creation for the German economy: 540 mil.

OUR VISION FOR THE


UPCOMING 3-5 YEAR

Udacity & CodeDoor open the door for a better live


through education and social integration.

Udacity and CodeDoor will empower people to become


software developers.

Udacity and CodeDoor will be THE way to find new


software engineers as employees.

CONTACT

Nicolas Ritouet, nicolas@codedoor.org

Alper Tekin, alper@udacity.com

Karan Dehghani, karan@codedoor.org


M: 0177 / 30 55 732

Claudio Bredfeldt, claudio@codedoor.org