Code for Good
24-hour coding challenges for students to showcase their skills, work side by side with our employees, and solve real-world problems for social good organizations.
700 volunteers from the firm
65 projects worldwide
15.3k+ volunteer hours
$1.5M Social value of involvement
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Fostering innovation and providing opportunities for our people to use their technology expertise to give back to their communities.
JPMorgan Chase employees—volunteering through Force for Good—build data and technology tools that can put nonprofits on the path for success.
At JPMorgan Chase’s Code for Good hackathons, participants are using their skills to help nonprofits and make the world a better place...in just 24 hours.
For eight months, JPMorgan Chase employees volunteer to build sustainable tech solutions for nonprofits. See how they make a difference.
See how JPMorgan Chase’s Tech for Social Good programs helped keep this nonprofit’s employees safe and secure around the world.
How this JPMorgan Chase Software Engineer found his knack for giving back through the Force for Good program.
An often untapped talent pool brings new skills and perspectives to JPMorgan Chase's Tech Connect program in India.
Force for Good, JPMorgan Chase’s initiative which assigns over 1,000 employees globally each year to volunteer and build technological solutions for nonprofits has teamed up with Sa-Ni-Sa to create opportunities for women in rural areas of India.
Madeline Hutchinson, program manager for Force for Good, discusses how JPMorgan Chase technologists are working to help nonprofits reach their goals worldwide.
A Dallas-Fort Worth re-skilling center gets to kick its filing cabinets to the curb and store documents in the cloud, a move that impacts hundreds of people and their families.
In partnership with Money Study, JPMorgan Chase’s Force for Good program is working to help Bay Area students pay for college.
JPMorgan Chase tech employees built an app for Save the Children.
JPMorgan Chase is teaming up with HBCUs to create opportunity for black students interested in technology.
Here’s everything you need to know before you apply.
Software Engineer Wisdom Mills-Owoo is among the 900 technologists working with Force for Good.
JPMorgan Chase Global Chief Information Officer Lori Beer on meeting the demand for technology jobs.
Learn how JPMorgan Chase is connecting talent with nonprofits in need.
JPMorgan Chase and the LeBron James Family Foundation bring technology into LeBron’s brand new public school in Akron.
Speech-to-text tech is opening up communication at a New York nonprofit.
Because a career in tech has many rewards.
Graduate technology program aims to boost talent pipeline and tackle profession’s long-standing gender imbalance.
How Technology for Social Good inspires change, fosters inclusion and makes a difference in communities.