Microverse, the global, online school for software developers, is proud to announce that it has become a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC). The UNGC is the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative that calls for companies to align their strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption.
By becoming a signatory to the UNGC, Microverse commits to upholding the ten principles of the Compact and integrating them into its business practices. Microverse's values align closely with the UNGC's mission, and Microverse is committed to contributing to the creation of a sustainable future through responsible business practices.
“We are excited to join the UNGC community and to commit ourselves to its principles,” said Ariel Camus, CEO & Founder of Microverse.
“At Microverse, we believe in creating a better world through education and technology, and we are committed to doing so in a responsible and sustainable way. Becoming a signatory to the UNGC is an important step in our journey, and we look forward to collaborating with other companies and organizations to create a more sustainable future.”
Microverse joins thousands of companies from around the world in committing to the UNGC's principles. The company's participation in this initiative demonstrates its ongoing commitment to responsible business practices and its dedication to creating a more sustainable future for all.
For more information, visit microverse.org.
Microverse is an online school for remote software developers where students pay nothing until they land a life-changing job — no matter where they live. We believe the place where people are born shouldn’t determine their opportunities in life and we provide access to global opportunities by offering world-class education. At Microverse, students learn to work remotely with people from around the world. More than 1,500 students from 140 countries have joined the program since our launch. After the program, students increase their salary by 300 percent on average.
Microverse is backed by amazing global investors including Northzone, Y Combinator, General Catalyst, and world-class angel investors such as Paul Graham, Paul Buchheit (the creator of Gmail), and Kevin Hartz (the founder of Eventbrite). We are a passionate and fast-moving team of global citizens working remotely from 20+ countries. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, USA.