Want to Code for Good? DoSomething.org Is Awarding 10 Summer Coding Scholarships
What is the Code For Good Fellows program?
Code For Good Fellows are high school students who aspire to use their coding skills for social good. The 10 fellows will learn to use the same tools as professional developers, and the boot camp curriculum is based on the Flatiron School's Web Development Immersive course.
Why is it important?
As the largest org for young people and social change, DoSomething believes that young people should have the opportunity to learn how to build tech solutions to issues that are important to them. This fellowship also provides a great foundation for these students to work in technology in the future.
Who is eligible?
Applicant must be:
1) A high school student.
2) Able to attend an in-person, two-week long class in Austin, Boston, Chicago, Miami or NYC.
3) Dedicated to using their coding skills for social good.
How do I apply?
Applications are now open for summer 2015! You can submit your application at www.flatironschool.com/dosomething. The deadline for applications is April 15, 2015.
What would you #codeforgood?