Current scholarships and diversity initiatives
You could be eligible for one of the programs listed below. Whether it’s with a partner or through our own initiatives, we’re committed to making a life-changing education accessible.
Flatiron School’s partial scholarship enables students to enroll for $0 upfront. Available for all on-campus and online courses globally.Learn More
Our partnership with the Cognizant U.S. Foundation awards $1.2M in full scholarships to the next 100 tech innovators. Available for specific on-campus courses in select cities.Learn More
We’re closing the tech gender gap with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). Their full-tuition scholarships to women in Michigan and Alabama for our Full-Time and Part-Time Online Software Engineering, Data Science, and Cybersecurity courses.Learn More
See how diversity amongst our students and instructors shapes our community
A commitment to gender equality: Women Take Tech
Everyone benefits from gender equality in an industry as influential as tech. Our community needs to be representative of the world around us. To date, we’ve helped over 1000 women break into tech through scholarships and initiatives. Here’s how we’re working to make gender parity in tech a reality.
We’ve awarded over $1M in scholarships for women breaking into tech — and this number will grow with our Access Scholarship.
Online and on campus, we foster a supportive comunity where women can thrive.
We model the tech culture we want to see; our students carry that with them as they launch careers.
We’re working together to spark meaningful conversations about women in tech—from launching a new career, to serving in leadership at the highest level.
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