Greenville, SC - (March 10, 2021) - Carolina Code School today announced $5,000 scholarships for two students enrolling in its full-time, 12-week web development course this summer. The diversity scholarships are intended to help make the course more accessible to students who are underrepresented in the technology industry.
“We want to help throw open the doors to careers in technology,” said Logan Cunningham, Carolina Code School program director. “Specifically, we want to increase accessibility of nontraditional software developers here in the Upstate.”
Applications are now open for the cohort, which begins May 3 and will be held in the school’s classroom inside the NEXT Innovation Center, 411 University Ridge in Greenville. Interested learners may submit an application for the scholarship at carolinacodeschool.org/diversity-scholarship-application.
Carolina Code School offers a much-needed pathway to employment in software development and serves as a key part of the economic growth of the Upstate. To date, the school has graduated dozens of students who are now employed with companies across the region.
People who are interested in taking a course, hiring developers or partnering with Carolina Code School are encouraged to visit carolinacodeschool.org.
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