We are on a mission
to make tech inclusive

We prepare students to break into tech through open source education

We believe in democratizing tech education. Everyone should have access to quality resources, opportunities, and networks regardless of their background.

Applicable software engineering skills

Built-in mentorship and collaboration with industry

Campus communities and support

Our Values

We care about the community we’re all part of and value treating our peers with respect and trust.

Put People First

We care about the community we’re all part of and value treating our peers with respect and trust.

We put an emphasis on engaging with each other and making genuine connections as real people. We are both a professional and support network of college students working together to make a meaningful difference.

Diversity & Inclusion

At Bit Project, we strive to create an environment where all people are welcomed, members are engaged, and backgrounds are celebrated.

We welcome everyone, regardless of age, race, class, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, sexual identity, ability, size, nationality, culture, faith, neurotype and background.

Remote by Default

We bring together students from all over the world to work on open source projects. Therefore, our organization is Remote-first which means working remotely is the default.

We make sure our that all members, regardless of their location feel welcome and productive at our organization.

Innovate

We as Bit Project members recognize that change is both inevitable and necessary. We are committed to innovate and emphasize effective solutions as needed in order to remain relevant - nothing is sacred. We welcome new ideas and diverse thinking.

Be Humble

We as Bit Project members recognize that change is both inevitable and necessary. We are committed to innovate and emphasize effective solutions as needed in order to remain relevant - nothing is sacred. We welcome new ideas and diverse thinking.

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Bit Project provides a unique opportunity to engage with the community to make a meaningful impact in Tech.

Kyle Begovich
Director of Developer Relations, Bit Project
Software Engineer, Google

How Bit Project created a chapter at Howard University to foster a technical communities at HBCUs

We co-hosted a 4-week coding bootcamp for students to establish data science fundamentals necessary for undergraduate research using various data sets extracted from the Twitter API

Read the Case Study ➔