No matter where you start from – whether you’re part of an underrepresented community, financially strained, or simply intimidated by the thought of launching a new career — you have the potential to change things. We’ll show you how.
Access Scholarships are awarded to students from underrepresented communities including minorities, people with disabilities, veterans, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Women Take Tech Scholarship
The Women Take Tech Scholarship is designed for new enrollees who identify as female. Scholarships are available for both full-time and part-time programs.
John Stanley Ford (JSF) Fellowship
The JSF Fellowship supports the advancement of PoC tech professionals (Black, American Indian, Alaska Native, Asian, Pacific Islander, Hispanic or mixed race) in tech.
Similar to the JSF Fellowship, the Lovelace Fellowship supports the advancement of those who identify as female by partnering with companies to offer apprenticeships and sponsorships.
Troy Hendrickson: From Sales to Data Scientist for the NBA
“I surprised myself with how much I enjoyed the learning process, Flatiron’s values aligned perfectly with mine.”
Neurodiversity: A Hidden Asset in the Tech Industry
Neurodivergency is fairly common, with an estimated 15-20% of the population considered to be divergent. These individuals thrive in tech, and could be the industry’s secret superpower.