Code For Progress
Code for Progress is a one-year fellowship in Washington, DC that brings women and people of color into the coding workforce. Participants are trained in coding and design for 3-5 months by local tech professionals before transitioning into their first coding job for a seven-month post-residency period. Fellows recieve ongoing mentorship and technical coaching. Code for Progress is free of cost, and fellows receive housing and living stipends that allow them to live in DC and focus on learning.
Expect a two-round interview process consisting of an online application, video interviews, and recommendations. The ideal applicant is comfortable using a word processor, email, and web browser and wants to use this program as an entry point into the professional social justice movement.
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