Spend two weeks falling in love with code while building real apps.Apply
Over the course of two weeks, girls will be introduced to software engineering principles and learn the same programming languages behind apps like Twitter and The New York Times. You'll be working in teams with amazing instructors and passionate students to explore the wonderful world of code.
The program uses the Flatiron School's web development curriculum and is taught using the Learn.co platform.
June 20 - July 1
July 11 - July 22
July 25 - August 5
To apply, upload a 60-second video to YouTube with the hashtag #KodeWithKlossy telling us how you plan to use your coding superpowers to change the world.Apply
The scholarship is open to girls aged 13-18 that are able to attend one of our scheduled courses. You do not need any previous coding experience to apply. The scholarship is only open to residents of the United States.
If you have a laptop at home that you can bring in we encourage you to do so. If not, we'll have computers available for you to use during the course.
Entries will be judged based on their application and video submissions. Applicants should expect to hear back by May 20, 2016.
Yes. If you are selected and unable to attend the class the scholarship will be awarded to another participant.
Scholarships are open to anyone that is a resident of the United States. If you are selected and live outside of one of the program cities, you will be responsible for being on campus during course hours.
Definitely not! Whether you've never written a line of code or you're a full-fledged hacker, the scholarship is for anyone who's passionate about learning to code.
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Last year, twenty-one exceptional young women coded from coast to coast. Scholars built apps with professional software engineering tools — and they're not even out of high school yet.
"The platitude goes 'ask and you shall receive' but coding makes me feel like I can grab the world by the lapels and demand what I want of it.
I want to learn to code because I want to become more than the tiny, 4'11" girly girl people see me as."
"I hope to build devices that will help alleviate major issues in the world, specfically issues related to women's education, rape, world hunger, & poverty.
"coding connects the things I LOVE — DJing/beats & forensic science. I want to learn code to make people dance & bring solace from a crime."
"Coding spans beyond the doors of education, it allows people to use their creative force to shake, move, & transform the world for the better."
"I want to learn to code, because coding is the key to opening so many doors that we never thought possible. Now with coding, I can be the one to open doors."
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