What difference does an hour make? It opens up a whole new world of possibilities to an elementary school kid. Twitter employees went to the Tenderloin Community School in San Francisco to participate in Hour of Code 2016. Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Over two days, every child from kindergarten to 5th grade got to experience Hour of Code with adult helpers from Twitter.
Bi-annually, Twitter employees come together to volunteer and give back to their communities. This year #FridayForGood was rebranded to be called #TwitterForGood Day, in the spirit of recognizing that service should be a continuous practice, and offices around the world could therefore celebrate giving back on different #TwitterForGood Days. Read some of the highlights from offices across the world.