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- Exclusive Tuition Discount: New students can get 10% off their tuition using the code WWD-AM1 when you apply.
- Partial Scholarships: CodeOp offers partial scholarships to students who have financial hardships. Let them know your situation here.
Location: Los Angeles, Tulsa, Boise, Orange County, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Arlington, Chicago, Dallas, Online, Seattle
Coding Dojo is a unique coding bootcamp that teaches three full technology stacks in a single 14-week program.
- The Code for Change Award – awards up to $4000 to driven, well-meaning individuals who will positively affect their community.
- The Career Reinvention Scholarship – awards up to $1000, intended for experienced professionals who have “hit a wall” and are eager to reinvent their careers.
- The Military Retraining Scholarship – awards up to $1000 for military veterans and current servicemen/women to transition their careers to web software development.
- The Women in Tech Scholarship – awards up to $1000 for aspiring female computer programmers who require financial assistance to launch their careers.
- The Diversity Scholarship – awards up to $1000 for underrepresented groups in the technology industry.
Location: Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Philadelphia
Location: Denver, Colorado United States
Skill Distillery is an intensive, 16-week Java bootcamp in Denver, Colorado. The course is arranged into three units – Java Programming, Server-side Java, and Front-end Development.
Scholarships are awarded based for high-potential students for up to 50% of tuition.
Location: San Francisco, California
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Zip Code Wilmington offers a full-time, 12-week full-stack coding bootcamp focused on Java technologies in Wilmington, Delaware.
- Need-based Scholarship – $3,000 upfront payment are available for a select number of students who can prove their household has earned less than 200% of the national poverty level.
- Military Scholarship – active duty military service member, a reservist military member, veteran, or the spouse of an active duty or reservist military service member are eligible to receive a full scholarship from the Liberty USO.
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Helio Training offers full-time and part-time Web App Development coding bootcamps in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Veteran Scholarship and Women in Technology scholarship – offers up to a $1,000 scholarship and up to $500 scholarship towards our Skill Builder courses.
Location: Detroit, Michigan
Grand Circus offers 12-week, full-time, and 26-week, part-time coding bootcamps, along with short workshops in Detroit, Michigan. Grand Circus’ mission is to elevate the city’s tech community and is a center for learning, co-working, and events in Detroit.
Offers diversity scholarships to certain underrepresented segments of the population to ensure they have access to a tech career. The following groups automatically qualify for a tuition discount of $1,750:
- Anyone who identifies as a woman
- African Americans
- Chicano or Latino people
- Native Americans
- Pacific Islanders
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
DevLeague offers full-time and part-time courses in full-stack web development and cybersecurity in Honolulu, Hawaii.
- DevLeague Diversity Scholarship – $500 – $1,000, awarded to individuals who self-identify as being female, a person of color, or LGBTQ+. Awards are announced per cohort, at the discretion of the DevLeague Awards Committee, based on the volume of submitted applications. Application deadline 30 days prior to course start date.
- DevLeague Elevate Scholarship – $0 – $5,000, a need-based tuition award. Applicants can qualify for this scholarship by demonstrating financial need. Applicants will be asked to submit “their story” (limit 1 page) at the time of application. Approved applicants will be asked to provide their most recently filed 1040 Federal Income Tax Return, their most recent paycheck stub, and (optional) credit report. Application deadline 30 days prior to course start date.
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Code Platoon is a non-profit coding bootcamp located in Chicago, Illinois specifically designed for veterans and military spouses transitioning into the civilian workforce by providing technical training and career placement.
- CP Veteran and Spouse Partial Scholarship – covers up to $12,500 tuition for the in-person program.
- Women in Tech Full Scholarship – Covers the full $15,500 tuition. This scholarship is awarded to a female veteran in honor of Rear Admiral Grace Hopper.
- Remote Attendance Full Scholarship – Covers the full $15,500 tuition for the remote program.This scholarship is awarded to both veterans and military spouses.
- Transegender Veteran Full Scholarship – Covers the full $15,500 tuition. This scholarship is awarded to a transgender veteran.
- Skillbridge Full Scholarship – For one active duty service member per cohort. Covers the full $15,500 tuition for students who attend through SkillBridge with approval from their unit commander.
- MilSpouse Coders Scholarship – For two military spouses per cohort. Covers up to $12,500 in-person tuition and $15,500 remote tuition. One scholarship is available per program, per cohort.
- NMFA In Person Partial Scholarship – For spouses and veterans registered with NMFA. Covers up to $12,500 tuition for the in-person program. Awarded to those registered with the National Military Family Association (NMFA).
- NMFA Remote Full Scholarship – For spouses and veterans registered with NMFA. Covers the full $15,500 tuition for the remote program.
Location: Tampa Florida
Suncoast Developers Guild Academy offers a 3-month, full-time, full stack web development bootcamp, along with 6-week part-time courses in web development basics, UX design, digital marketing, and React in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Offer a scholarship of $1,900 to members of communities that are underrepresented in technology.
This opportunity is available, but not limited to: self-identifying women, people of color, individuals with disabilities, and the LGBTQ community. Members of all underrepresented groups may apply for this scholarship.
Location: Burlington, Vermont
Burlington Code Academy offers full-time and part-time web development bootcamps in Burlington, Vermont.
- Scale Here Scholarship (VCET) – If you are a member of VCET, you are eligible. Simple as that.
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Part of Kenzie’s mission is to increase diversity in tech, including bringing more women into the industry! Self-identifying women ready to launch their career in tech are eligible for this scholarship. Scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis.
- Must be available to attend class in-person at the Indianapolis campus.
- Be graduating from high school in 2020.
- Be a self-identifying woman.
- Be authorized to work in the United States.
NEWPHP Day 2020
Verona, VR, Italy | Sep 08, 2020 - Sep 09, 2020 | Ticket
PHP day 2020 is aimed to IT managers, developers, and innovators. There will be talks about design, project management, agile and various PHP-related technologies like Zend Framework, Symfony, Laravel, Drupal, WordPress and more.
Ticket scholarship scheme (no travel) available to the members of underrepresented groups in technology – women, minorities, LGBTQIA+, people with disabilities, and people experiencing temporary financial hardship).
Verona, VR, Italy | Sep 10, 2020 - Sep 11, 2020 | Ticket
jsDay is a community conference intended for networking and collaboration in the developer community.
Ticket sponsorship available to underrepresented groups in technology – women, minorities, LGBTQIA+, people with disabilities, or other under-represented groups. Consideration will be given to anybody who would otherwise be unable to attend without financial assistance.
Location: Austin, Texas
- Rainbow Scholarship Program – for deserving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ+) students who want to make a difference in tech.
- Undeserved Scholarship Program – for people living in a rural community or are poverty-stricken.
- Veterans Scholarship Program – for veterans who want to transition into the software engineering field.
- Women In Tech Program – for women who want to get into the software engineering field.
- First Responders Program – educating and placing first responders into the software engineering field.
All recipients receive 100% tuition coverage and job placement assistance post-graduation.
Location: Seattle, WA
Ada Developers Academy is a non-profit, tuition-free coding school for women and gender diverse adults. They focus on serving low-income people, underrepresented minorities, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
While Ada has no tuition, students must be prepared to pay for living expenses, particularly during the classroom portion of the program. During the internship period (the last five months), students will receive a stipend approximately equivalent to minimum wage at 35 hours/week.
Location: London, UK
Founders and Coders CIC is a UK-based nonprofit that develops and runs tuition-free, peer-led training program in web development, guided by our core values of cooperation, inclusion and social impact. Our program is designed for people who are serious about a career in web development, are comfortable with uncertainty, can take initiative, and believe strongly in the value of community and helping others.
Upcoming application periods:
Location: London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow
Code Your Future is a non-profit organisation offering a free 8-month full-stack web programming course for refugees, asylum seekers and people from other disadvantaged groups.
For students who meet the following critieria:
- are an asylum seeker or a refugee or you
- live below the local household poverty line or you
- have been diagnosed with a mental or physical disability or you
- face significant difficulties in getting the education you need to find employment
San Francisco, CA, USA | Oct 28, 2020 - Oct 30, 2020 | Ticket
The Lesbians Who Tech & Allies San Francisco Summit is the largest LGBTQ professional event in the world. It is focus on increasing the visibility of LGBTQ women, trans and gender nonconforming individuals, LGBTQ people of color, and demographics that are underrepresented in the tech sector and LGBTQ spaces.
Scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis, and awarded amounts may vary depending on community need.
Location: New York, NY, USA
If spending one, six, or twelve weeks taking ownership of your own education and joining a community of programmers of all experience levels doing the same thing sounds energizing, exciting, and maybe a bit scary, you should apply to The Recurse Center.
The retreats are free, self-directed, project based, and for anyone who wants to get dramatically better at programming. This is not a programming bootcamp.
Grants for living expenses are available to the members of historically underrepresented groups in technology – women, minorities, LGBTQIA+, and people who identify as Black, Latinx, Native American and/or Pacific Islander.
Location: United Kingdom,Singapore, Italy, Spain, France, Mexico, Brazil
Generation offers free 6-12 week programs to train you as a developer in different countries in the world, such as software engineering, Java development and cloud computing.
Generation is an independent nonprofit founded in 2014 by McKinsey & Company to help bridge this gap—at speed and scale.
Facebook Hackathons are a brand new initiative in 2020, providing opportunities for aspiring and experienced developers to learn, build and grow using cutting-edge tech. Each hackathon includes several technology tracks, where developers can lean into their existing expertise, or try their hand at something new.
Completely FREE, and with great prizes up for grabs, Facebook’s online hackathons are designed to inspire innovation.
Current Hackathons: Messaging, AR and AI. Each have $7000 in prizes and end March 16.
Location: United States
Galvanize is committed to making education accessible to everyone. Discover available software engineering and data science scholarships today.
This scholarship is available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents accepted to either the Hack Reactor at Galvanize Software Engineering Immersive (SEI) program or the Galvanize Data Science Immersive (DSI) program. This is a full-tuition scholarship to one of our immersive programs.
San Francisco, CA, USA | Oct 31, 2020 - Oct 31, 2020 | Ticket
Women Who Code’s premier technical conference, CONNECT 2020, will include 500+ of the industry’s most influential leaders, engineers, and more. CONNECT 2020 will bring together speakers from around the world to share their stories and expertise about technology. Join the Women Who Code community for in-depth panels, technical workshops, keynotes, and actionable advice on advancing your career.
The organizers are giving an opportunity for scholarship conference ticket only.
Atlanta, GA, USA | Aug 24, 2020 - Aug 24, 2020 | Ticket
RenderATL is the first major React conference in the Southern United States. Conceived by a team of passionate React engineers who’re looking to help drive more diversity, inclusion, and, accessibility into the React ecosystem.
Render-MVPs are paving the way to assist others to attend the conference through ticket scholarship.
Sign up to meet companies who want you to work where you’re going to thrive, not just survive. Enjoy short presentations from HR leaders, followed by a twenty minute live Q&A where you’ll have the opportunity to ask them anything about their remote opportunities or what it’s like working at their organization.
Alchemy’s advanced software engineering training program launches grads toward exponential opportunity and salary growth. Graduates of our program move directly into rewarding careers as full time Software Developers without the need for an internship, unlike junior developers from typical bootcamps.
WWCode Portland x Alchemy Partner Scholarship – $5000 – The scholarship is offered in partnership with Women Who Code Portland and is awarded quarterly to two women per cohort who are self starters, forward-facing, and engaged in the community.
Lesbians Who Tech – $2500 – This scholarship is offered only once per year with applications open in the spring and winners notified in summer. Each year five winners are selected.
Alchemy’s Diversity in Tech Scholarship – sliding scale – We hope to help remove barriers and to provide opportunities for self identifying women, veterans, LGBTQIA+, and students from racial and ethnic backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in tech.
Location: Mountain View, CA, USA
The Women in Tech Festival invites ALL women (as well as anyone who supports the advancement of women and believes in the importance of diversity) to join together for two full days of inspiring talks, startup pitches, thought-provoking discussions, educational workshops, and career mentorship sessions.
Stacijas laukums 2, Centra rajons, Rīga, LV-1050, Latvia | Aug 12, 2020 - Aug 14, 2020 | Ticket
FrontCon is a two-day conference that focuses on front-end concepts and technologies. This year, there will be 23 speakers, 300+ attendees, and 4 workshops. Diversity tickets are available for girls, students, and those who don’t get support from the company and have to pay for tickets themselves. To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: San Francisco, California, United States
Gray Area’s Immersive is a 12 week course in creative code and immersive art. Our expert instructors guide participants through a sequence of topics that are designed to both lead to mastery of core techniques and strengthen students’ professional practice in the field of art and technology.
This scholarship is for outstanding students from diverse backgrounds that are underrepresented in higher education and the fields of art, design, and technology. Recipients will receive a $1000 discount towards partial tuition for our bi-annual Creative Code Immersive Program.
The Diversity Scholarship gives preferences to artists who identify as women, queer and trans folks, gender nonconforming folks, and people of color.
| Oct 01, 2020 - Oct 02, 2020 | Ticket
On October 1 and 2 in Amsterdam, we’re pulling out all the stops for TNW2020 – and you can be a part of it. Become a volunteer to get an exclusive look into the future of technology, network with leading companies, and be an integral part of TNW2020’s success.
By joining the team, you’ll get one day off to enjoy the festival, a free TNW crew shirt, free food, and an invitation to the TNW2020 afterparty. Sign up now to join the 15th edition of Europe’s leading tech festival.
General Assembly is a global educational company on a mission to empower individuals and companies through dynamic programs in coding, business, data, and design.
To be eligible to receive $1,500 USD (£1,500 GBP, $1,500 AUD, $1,500 SGD, or $1,500 CAD) toward your tuition, you must meet the following criteria:*
- You’re 18 or older.
- You self-identify as a woman, transgender person, genderqueer, or non-binary person.
- Your current income is less than $40,000 USD (£28,000 GBP, $40,000 AUD, $40,000 SGD, or $40,000 CAD) per year.
San Francisco, CA, USA | Oct 13, 2020 - Oct 15, 2020 | Ticket
Tech Inclusion 2020 will focus on the next wave of tech talent: one that is intersectionally diverse, radically inclusive, highly skilled technically, emotionally intelligent, and practices allied leadership.
Tech Inclusion is a place to grow technical and leadership skills. A place to meet underrepresented leaders in tech, learn industry trends and see innovative demonstrations. And a place to connect with coaches and mentors, gain allyship skills, learn how to create inclusive teams, and build inclusive cultures.
Join us for keynotes and firesides chats, panels, technical demos, workshops, an inclusive career fair, and a networking reception. See you soon!
.NET Conf is a free, three day virtual developer event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft. This year .NET 5.0 will launch at .NET Conf 2020! They have sessions streaming 24/7 between day two and three of the conference so everyone can get involved no matter what their time zone. You can ask questions live on Twitter, join the fun on Twitch, attend the virtual attendee parties where you can play trivia games and win prizes. Best of all, you can take what you learn here and be a better .NET developer.
V School is making $1M in scholarship funds available to help people who have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The relief funds are to help 170 people re-skill for career in tech by providing $6,000 towards tuition for their online web development and UX/UI design online programs.
Location: Dallas, TX
CodeUp is a 20 week bootcamp where students have the opportunity to learn in a supportive environment with staff, instructors, and employer partners that do their part to innovate and lead the future of tech.
- Women in Tech Scholarship – Offers scholarships to women who wish to pursue a career in any of their programs.
- Minorities in Tech Scholarship – This scholarship is meant to make tech education more accessible to underrepresented groups.
- Veterans – $1000 scholarship to veterans or dependents enrolling in their programs.
- First Responders – $1000 scholarship to current and former responders enrolling in their programs.
- Pride Scholarships – $1000 scholarships to all students who identify as LGBTQIA+ community members.
The RBC Future Launch Scholarship is an innovative new scholarship program for Canadian youth (ages 15 to 29) who are looking to gain new skills for the modern workforce. This Scholarship can be used for many different things, including:
- Short-term courses
- Necessary equipment or books
And much more!
| Jun 03, 2020 - Dec 31, 2020 | Ticket, Travel, Accommodations
The mission of the Diversity Committee of the United States PostgreSQL Association is to promote an inclusive environment in the PostgreSQL community through outreach programs and the support of educational endeavours for underrepresented PostgreSQL users in the United States. This application allows you to apply for a grant to conferences or events with the goal of either learning or presenting about PostgreSQL.
Applicants must be from a traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized group in the technology and/or open source communities including, but not limited to: persons identifying as LGBT, women, persons of colour, persons with disabilities, veterans, and/or students. Individuals who apply should be active members of the open source community who are unable to attend for financial reasons and are unable to get funding from their companies.
You can apply to have some or all of your conference attendance costs (registration, hotel, airfare) covered. Just like submitting a talk, details count! Your application should include specifics of how attending the event will benefit you, and how you plan to share the benefit with others in the community.
Hamburg, Germany | Oct 01, 2020 - Oct 02, 2020 | Ticket, Travel
ServerlessDays Hamburg is a 2-day conference about Serverless technologies. “Serverless” means: instead of developing your own back-end, you upload and run functions in the cloud. At this conference, we have one day with workshops, and one day with talks. This is a local event in Hamburg, part of the ServerlessDays family with events all over the world.
They are allowing those who are part of an underrepresented group in tech to obtain a free diversity ticket. Please understand that they cannot cover travel costs outside of Europe. In this case you might want to check out the other ServerlessDays events worldwide.
try! Swift World is a set of personal online workshops led by Swift developers around the world, meant to keep the worldwide Swift community connected around the latest in Swift Development. Each workshop is limited to 10 attendees and lasts for about 1 hour with extra time built-in for networking / brainstorming/ discussions with other participants. Check weekly for new workshops!
Some workshops are free and others have a small fee depending on the instructor. They also offer Economic Hardship Scholarships & Diversity Scholarships for those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend try!
Don’t miss the GraphQL conference of the year! You’ll learn best practices from GraphQL experts in interactive talks and panels, as well as connect with other developers from around the world. They’re spreading the fun over two weeks to minimize screen time burnout and give everyone a chance to participate.
The Summit is now free and online!
Location: Minneapolis, MN
The Software Guild offers several different discounts to help make your programming education more affordable. We want to ensure that learning coding and information technology skills are accessible to as many people as possible, and we’re committed to doing our part to close the software development skills gap.
The follow scholarships are available:
- Code Louisville award ($1000)
- Women in Tech ($2000)
- Veterans Who Code ($2000)
- University Award ($2000) – to graduates of university partners
Students are eligible for only one applicable award, and students in Minneapolis or online programs qualify.
Whether you’re considering a coding bootcamp or celebrating your tenth year as a developer, this conference is for you. CodeLand:Distributed is a two-day online conference. Both days will include networking opportunities, social sharing, digital swag, and other unique communal activities. You’ll leave with new contacts and industry connections, but also–with new friends! Join us at CodeLand:Distributed, where discussions spark ideas, empower growth, and encourage technical advancements.
Come for the code and stay for the community.
Tickets to Day One is completely FREE while tickets to both days has a small fee.
Europython 2020 Online is the largest Python conference in Europe. There are over 110 sessions in 4 parallel tracks. Other content includes keynotes, talks, poster sessions, help desks, recruitment sessions, lightening talks, panels and more.
Tickets to July 25th and 26th Sprints are free for everybody. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to your favourite Python projects and learn new skills. July 23rd and 24th Conference Days are included in the main conference ticket.
Web Summit is ‘the best technology conference on the planet’ according to Forbes. This year over 70,000 people will come to Lisbon for Web Summit. Learn from CEOs and founders of the world’s biggest companies, the most promising new startups, influential investors, and leading journalists. Learn wide ranging topics, such as deep tech and data science, to design and environmental sustainability.
Gain access to talks across our 23 stages, and have the opportunity to make contacts and connections when you volunteer.
NMITAP matches apprentices with partner companies for a year long apprenticeship for the following roles:
- Computer User Support Specialist
- Network Support Technician
- Applications Developer
- Cyber Security Support Technician
- Medical Coder
Apprentices may be first-time college students, current students, or unemployed workers seeking skills and development. NMITAP is also available to veterans looking for civilian careers or other workers whose prior learning and experience can be applied towards a program of study. Our recruitment efforts reach select workers targeted for occupational development. We can also locate apprentices from underrepresented groups.
The Women in IT London Summit has been transformed into a virtual event and we will continue our work together for gender parity and greater inclusion, with the current climate in mind. This year, you will have the opportunity to hear how IT leaders from a variety of industries are overcoming this global challenge. Our speakers will share case studies of how they, their teams and their organisations have adapted their management styles and team dynamics.
Join us on this virtual journey and learn about some of the creative initiatives our speakers and their organisations have been working on such as securing our future in STEM, redesigned workplaces, agile leadership and much more. We encourage you to engage, meet and network with our community.
Location: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guam, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Northern Mariana Islands, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, United States of America, Venezuela
The Live Your Dream Awards provide monetary assistance to women who provide the primary source of financial support for their families. It is the cornerstone program of Soroptimist International of the Americas, LiveYourDream.org’s sponsoring organization.
Each year, more than $2.4 million in education grants are awarded to over 1,500 women. Potential cash award levels ranges from $1000-10,000.
Digital Her’s priority is to ensure training and development opportunities for women are accessible and secure. That’s why we remain committed to delivering our planned Digital Her with Code Nation ‘Women In Tech’ scholarships.
Our partnership with Code Nation will pave the way for new and agile ways of educating, with four fully-funded coding scholarships for women now launching in their virtual learning environment. The virtual bootcamp follows the same full-time structure as the classroom-based courses, and learners receive end to end support, 1-to-1 time with instructors and interview preparation with Code Nation’s in-house experts.
All Digital Her scholars will receive a fast track guaranteed place at the Manchester Digital Software Development Apprenticeship Programme assessment day, where you will get the opportunity to meet tech employers looking to hire.
Spectra is passionate about bringing together students and professionals in tech from all around the world. Our events offer attendees a safe and inviting environment to experiment with technology at any experience level.
Join us on August 8-9, 2020 for a virtual hackathon for underrepresented genders and communities in tech! Apply now to claim your spot! Come learn new skills, inspire one another, and build long-lasting connections at Spectra 4.0!
Git Commit Show is the leading online tech conference where senior engineers, researchers, scientists, and professors meet while being at home. Learn from engineers and researchers via live and interactive talk. Watch engineers, researchers and scientists present their breakthrough live. Get energized with live performances by artists. Engage with speakers and attendees and win exclusive prizes.
Location: Chicago, IL
Mobile Makers offers a $2,500 Mobile Makers Diversity Scholarship for their iOS bootcamp to exceptional candidates from groups underrepresented in the software engineering field. Mobile Makers is a full-time, 8-week, intensive program in Chicago, IL that will turn beginner students into iOS developers. You may qualify if you are female, a US military veteran and/or are part of an underrepresented ethnic minority.
Flatiron School is pleased to offer the Access Scholarship where students can start learning for $0 upfront with a partial scholarship of up to $3,000. Access Scholarships will be awarded to students from underrepresented communities and those in need of financial assistance. These scholarships are available for all Flatiron School campus-based and online courses globally.
Scholarships are awarded on a monthly basis, and 35-50 are available each month across all campuses and online.
Join us on July 10, 2020, for JetBrains Technology Day for Java, a free virtual event. Industry leaders will present on a range of topics to help you boost your skills and creativity. The agenda includes talks on Modern Java, Frameworks, Testing, Concurrent Garbage Collectors, Contributing to OSS, and much more.
Deadline: Jun 24, 2020
Location: United States
Deadline: Jun 30, 2020
The Huggable Supermom Scholarship focuses on supporting single moms, children of single moms, or people whose lives have been impacted in positive ways by single moms. Put simply, the Huggable Supermom Scholarship is a student scholarship designed to support single mothers and those who support them and benefit from their love.
Location: United States
Deadline: Jun 30, 2020
The Hyundai Women in STEM Scholarship is for college women planning on a career in STEM related fields. According to the Hyundai scholarship website, the company itself is “driven to be better.” These generous scholarship make everything “better,” including that tuition bill, for the 5 lucky winners!
Deadline: Jul 22, 2020
This is our chance to #CodeforCovid19 and build a better future. Better solutions aren’t born in isolation but out of great collaboration. In the face of any crisis, we share a common vision of a better world and work together to bring that vision within reach. This collaboration has been the essence of all human innovation.
How does it work?
Sign up, form a team, choose a problem or identify your own challenge from the four themes outlined on the website, start coding to build a solution under the mentorship of experts, qualify for the finals and get ready to be judged by an elite panel and get a chance to win the grand prize of $20,000!
Deadline: Jul 31, 2020
AWS and Udacity are collaborating to educate developers of all skill levels on Machine Learning concepts. We invite students 18 years of age or older who are interested in expanding their machine learning skills and expertise to enroll in the AWS Machine Learning Scholarship Program.
Your learning begins as soon as you complete your enrollment (enrollment opens on May 19). Scholarship recipients will spend 2.5 months in the AWS Machine Learning Foundations Course, studying machine learning techniques and algorithms, programming best practices, python coding, and Amazon AI Services and Amazon AI Devices, including Amazon SageMaker.
At the end of the AWS Machine Learning Foundations Course, learners will take an assessment from which top students will be selected for one of 325 follow-up scholarships to one of Udacity’s most popular Nanodegree programs: AWS Machine Learning Engineer.
Deadline: Aug 25, 2020
The PyTorch Summer Hackathon is back this year with all new opportunities for you to connect with the PyTorch community to build innovative, impactful models, applications and other projects that create positive impact for organizations or people. In addition to cash and promotion, first place winners in each category will get a 30 minute virtual meeting with the PyTorch team to discuss your winning submissions!
New York City, NY, USA | Nov 17, 2020 - Nov 18, 2020 | Ticket, Travel, Accommodations
Deadline: Sep 30, 2020
For 12 years, developers from around the world have gathered at droidcon events to listen to keynote speakers, attend workshops, grow their skills and connect with other passionate Android developers. At droidcon NYC you will:
- Learn from the experts.
- Be inspired – leave with practical ideas you can implement straight away.
- Develop connections – network with over 900 Android developers.
- Explore NYC – our central location puts this world-class city within your reach.
droidcon will be offer a combination of scholarship options for each event including:
- Free Ticket
- Full Ticket w/ Travel
- Full Ticket w/ Travel + Hotel
- Discounted Ticket
Washington, DC, USA | Oct 05, 2020 - Oct 08, 2020 | Ticket
Deadline: Oct 01, 2020
VOICE Summit sponsored by Amazon Alexa unites developers, marketers and content producers for strategy, thought leadership, and hands-on skill-building.
Students, startups and industry professionals with limited means are encouraged to apply. Recipients will be awarded ambassadorship status and receive a pass to VOICE in Metro Washington, DC October 5-8.
San Francisco, CA, USA | Oct 21, 2021 - Oct 22, 2021 | Ticket
Deadline: Jul 19, 2021
Lead Developer was designed with the needs and pain points of technical team leads in mind. Each conference is programmed around three key themes of Team, Tech & Tools.
The scholarship will cover the following: free conference ticket including food, drink and after party, an optional guide who will help you to get the most out of the conference, a welcome breakfast, and $40 for any incidental expenses you incur during your trip.
The scheme is open to everyone but would like to specifically welcome those who are underrepresented and marginalized in tech, especially people of color, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and people with disabilities.