Daniel Kim, a student at UC Davis, noticed that some of his peers were struggling with the idea of learning to code. “A lot of my fellow students were very afraid of coding, thinking that because they weren’t STEM majors, it wasn’t for them. So I thought, if more students were introduced to coding in a different way, they would love it, too,” Kim explained. Then, he had the idea to establish an organization in which students could produce educational materials in STEM subjects specifically for other students. From there, he founded Bit Project alongside a group of friends during the summer of 2019.