We Are EduCode™
Academy
EduCode™ Academy empowers kids to learn
how to code independently through online
self-directed coding courses. We blend
cinematic storytelling in tutorial videos and
microlearning in bite-sized real-world projects
to provide a truly immersive and enjoyable
learning environment for coding and computer
science, perfect for kids 10 and above.
What Makes EduCode™
Academy Different?
Blockly coding and text-based coding are the
two most common methods used today. Most
programs are restricted to either one of them.
EduCode™ Academy blends the best of both
worlds, without any of their limitations.
Blockly Coding
puzzle
Easy drag & drop coding
Interactive & gamified
Lacks answer flexibility
No real coding
Staff training needed
Text-based Coding
code window
Learn to write real code
Not interactive or gamified
Answer flexibility
Can be overwhelming
Staff training needed
Self-directed Microlearning
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Learn to write real code
Interactive & gamified
Answer flexibility
Digestible lessons
No staff training
Todays WorldThe facts & numbers
IT is one of the most under-represented
and least taught academic subjects in
the United States and Canada. At the
same time, the demand for high school
graduates with skills in programming and
computer science is at an all-time high.
To fill this gap, our organization aims to
facilitate the introduction of computer science
to kids in primary, middle and high schools,
so that they can dive into the amazing world
of computer science from age 10. Like
learning languages, we believe that it is
crucial to start at an early age as that is when
our minds are most open to new concepts.
Below are some facts and figures that
highlight the need for schools in North
America to adopt computer science
programs and curriculums on a large scale:
  • In 2020, 1 million programming jobs will
    potentially go vacant in North America.
  • According to IDC, Canada had 54,000
    unoccupied jobs related to technology
    and computer programming in 2015.
    This will rise to 182,000 by 2019.
  • New Brunswick will end up with 2,200 unfilled
    jobs in the ICT sector over the next 5 years.
  • In less than 5 years, a staggering
    60% of jobs will be computer related.
  • 20% of careers in 5 to 10 years do not exist yet.
  • Today, less than 2% of university students
    choose computer science programs.
To illustrate, in 2014, only 108 students
were recruited by Procter & Gamble, General
Motors and Dow Chemical. 30 years earlier,
they had recruited 340 graduates. Why?
Our youth no longer graduate with the
skills that these companies are looking for.
A third of Canadian IT companies have
confirmed that there are not enough qualified
Canadians to fill job openings and they must hire
workers from overseas to fill these positions.
Our mission is to equip the next generation of
innovators with the skills to build a better future!
Meet The TeamDon't worry, we don't bite
Guyverson Vernous
Guyverson Vernous
Founder & CEO
Myrtha Murat
Myrtha Murat
Chief Financial Officer & Human Resources
Israel Felix
Israel Felix
Chief Technology Officer
Éric Hervet
Éric Hervet
Chief Academic Officer
Trudy VanDeusen
Trudy VanDeusen
Business Development (US)
Hayden Cole
Hayden Cole
Business Development (CA)
Eric Snow
Eric Snow
Project Manager
David Gallant
David Gallant
Senior Software Developer
Kel Soong
Kel Soong
Marketing Assistant
Xavier Baudry
Xavier Baudry
Content Writer
Jean-michel Levesque
Jean-michel Levesque
Content Writer
Cajetan Bouchard
Cajetan Bouchard
Software Developer
Patrick Doucet
Patrick Doucet
Software Developer
Marc LeBlanc
Marc LeBlanc
Testing & Quality Assurance
Eric Hébert
Eric Hébert
Audio Engineer
Pierre Hébert
Pierre Hébert
Audio Narrator & Course Assistant
Emilie Leblanc
Emilie Leblanc
2D Animator & Graphic Designer
Karyne Berkane
Karyne Berkane
2D Animator & Graphic Designer
France Robichaud
France Robichaud
2D Animator & Graphic Designer
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