Onramp Program: Community, Creativity, and Coding

The Onramp program reaches students in need and develops Idaho educators.

Through Community, Creativity, and Coding, we are building the state’s workforce.

The Onramp program integrates coding into the K-12 grade levels, using the Everyone Can Code curriculum. Teachers and students identify and propose technology-based solutions to community challenges.

Onramp is a unique partnership between three Idaho organizations (Boise State, CWI, and IDLA) and Apple. The partnership works with innovative school districts and teachers in and around the Treasure Valley.

Learn more about K-12 Teacher Professional Development

Onramp in the News

Watch the Onramp Summer Academy report from KIVI News
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Watch the news report (aired 6/28/2019 on KIVI)

Listen to the Onramp Program update on Idaho Matters
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Listen to the segment (aired 7/23/2019)

Onramp Partners

Learn more about the Onramp partners.

Dual credit for high school students

College of Western Idaho

Dual credit for high school students
Equity, opportunity, and access for Idaho students

Idaho Digital Learning Alliance

Equity, opportunity, and access for Idaho students
Serious games, positive social impact

Games, Interactive Media and Mobile (GIMM) Program

Serious games, positive social impact
Solve problems and work together in creative ways

Everyone Can Code

Solve problems and work together in creative ways