Become an Innovator

Mission Bit provides free after-school coding courses, workshops, and summer bootcamps to high school students and adults from underserved and underrepresented communities.

Workshops

Learn something new and get hands-on experience with our workshops.

device with front facing camera showing person with filter.Illustrated example of an augmented reality filter - Retrivefrom Zero Gravity Marketing
Spark AR

In this workshop you will learn how to use Spark AR, an augmented reality platform on Mac and Windows that allows you to create fun filters for Facebook and Instagram. Beginners welcome! Photo credit to ZeroGravity.

Taught by Mission Bit Students.

When: September 15th 4 PM - 5:30 PM PDT

Who: 8th-12th graders

Online

  • Spark AR
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Interviewing 101

This workshop is for youth looking to develop their skills in interviewing. Learn how to tell your story in a professional setting and practice your new skills with peers. We're here to help you prepare for the next phase of your career- let's nail that interview!

When: September 21st 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM PDT

Who: 14-24 years olds

Online

  • Interviewing
  • Career Preparation

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! You definitely should. Come and see if you like technology and building things.
You can scroll up and click on the Register button!
As many as you want! There is no limit.
Yes! Our workshops are completely free.
Due to COVID-19, we will be doing remote programming until the Summer.
Our youth workshops are 90-minutes and our adult workshops are 120-minutes.
We have amazing faciliatators from lots of different companies. Our Student Advisory Board also teaches some of the workshops!

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Our supporters

San Francisco Black Firefighters Association
City College of San Francisco
Facebook
Gateway High School
Hack Reactor
Jyve
Kapor Center
Leadership High School
Oakland Unified School District
Silicon Valley Bank
San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development
San Francisco Unified School District
Uber
Unity
San Francisco Foundation
Golden State Warriors Foundation
Kandji
Related Affordable Foundation
The Gratitude Network
San Francisco Black Firefighters Association
City College of San Francisco
Facebook
Gateway High School
Hack Reactor
Jyve
Kapor Center
Leadership High School
Oakland Unified School District
Silicon Valley Bank
San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development
San Francisco Unified School District
Uber
Unity
San Francisco Foundation
Golden State Warriors Foundation
Kandji
Related Affordable Foundation
The Gratitude Network