SC Codes is a supportive, mentor-led learning community
for anyone interested in learning to code, skilling up or
working as a professional programmer in South Carolina.

Ready to dive in?

Each of the learning tracks below are built to meet you where you are in your educational journey. Pick the one that best describes you and start learning!


Brand new to the world of coding? Interested in learning more before diving into a course? Check out our Explorer track for tips and tricks on how to get started.

Career Changer

Ready to start gaining the foundational skills needed to transition into a tech career? Then the Career Changer track is the perfect place to begin. 


Looking to build upon your existing software development knowledge? Need a refresher on a language learned long ago? The Upskiller track skips all the introductory stuff and takes you straight to the resources you need.


Job Seeker

If you’ve gained the technical skills you need to begin a new career, but need a little more guidance, you’re in the right place. The Job Seeker track provides you with valuable information on your path to that first development role!

Start Seeking

South Carolina Needs More Software Developers

Employment as a software engineer in South Carolina expanded by more than 3,600 jobs in 2020 and the technology industry as a whole contributed $12.7 billion to the state’s economy.
According to Cyberstates™ 2021, the definitive annual analysis of the nation’s tech industry.

Our state’s economy depends on technology.


Our tech sector is responsible for an estimated 6 percent ($12.7 billion) of the overall state economy.

As our tech sector grows, our ability to compete will depend on the availability of an educated tech workforce. However, the pipeline of tech talent in our state – particularly in software development – is not large enough or diverse enough to meet the current demand, much less enough to support future growth in the sector.

Providing free access to technology education has the potential to expose residents to the vast amount of opportunity available – right here in South Carolina.

Our Community Partners Who Support Building The Technology Industry In South Carolina

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