We believe that education should be accessible to everyone, and that the natural aptitude for learning to code is distributed evenly throughout the population, but access to opportunity is not.
In 2020, we made a $1M commitment to help underrepresented groups get access to tech education through our Represent Tech scholarship. But, we know we can't make the impact to drive more diversity in tech alone. Partners are committing to scholarships at various levels across our campuses and online programs. Interested in joining us?
Tech Elevator has partnered with the Ohio To Work Initiative to offer the 14-week, full-time coding bootcamp for $0 up front!
Any job-seeking Ohio resident is eligible for Ohio To Work’s new Income Share Agreement—a financing model that allows you to make 0 payments during training, paying back tuition when you land a great job and start making at least $40,000 per year. We're proud to partner with JobsOhio to help job-seeking Ohioans find career resources to find work.
We are able to offer our 14 week, full-time coding bootcamp in Wilmington, Delaware at no cost to applicants who meet eligibility requirements.
This is made possible by the US Department of Labor H-1B One Workforce Grant, received by Tech Impact from the Delaware Department of Labor, to train current job seekers for middle-skilled occupations in the IT industry. You can read about the partnership on the Wilmington Campus page.
Our scholarship program combines our thoughtful application criteria, video assessment partner Kira Talent, and competency-based scoring and selection process to support students who demonstrate aptitude and drive to begin their careers in tech.
Connect to discuss your DE&I goals to determine if our scholarships could be a fit for your organization.
Use our thoughtful and unbiased process to provide scholarships, promote diversity initiatives and recruit candidates from a variety of backgrounds.
This includes a proven system for vetting enrolled students, an unbiased and thoughtful application and selection process, and full marketing support to promote your commitment and cause.
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