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Juneteenth, observed on June 20th, is a national holiday celebrating the emancipation of enslaved Americans. Today, we take the time to reflect upon and educate ourselves on previous events in American history. By doing so, we can work towards doing our part in creating a more tolerant and inclusive society. We invite you to join us in our reflection. During this time, we hope that you think about the impact of social inequity in our communities. One way you might choose to do this is by reviewing the articles linked below. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/06/15/juneteenth-2021-history-holiday-how-celebrate/7633328002/ https://www.history.com/news/what-is-juneteenth https://www.nytimes.com/article/juneteenth-day-celebration.html https://nmaahc.si.edu/events/juneteenth
We Can Code IT Celebrates Six Years of Championing Social Equity Through Technology. Six years ago today We Can Code IT held its first coding bootcamp session. Our first cohort taught us many things and set the foundation for the core values we've created at We Can Code IT today.
The Downtown Cleveland Alliance invited our founder, Mel McGee, to speak on a panel discussing diversity and inclusion best practices. As an organization whose mission is "championing social equity through technology," we strive to be an example for others.
We Can Code IT, in solidarity with those who have had their jobs affected by the current state of emergency, has added $2,000 in grants and scholarships for displaced workers.
Software development skills are taught to adults in Cleveland's economically challenged neighborhoods for free in order to prepare them for coding school.
We Can Code IT Makes Global Impact in World Bank Study on Women in Tech We Can Code IT was among 25 coding bootcamps in 22 countries selected for an in-depth global study on strategies for recruiting and training women to meet the needs of a changing labor market. The research was done by the World Bank Group in Washington D.C., a nonprofit formed in 1944 with a mission to eliminate global poverty and support economic development. […]
Before We Can Code IT, Emmanuel worked as a customer service representative. After attending We Can Code IT, Emmanuel landed a systems engineer position at Nationwide Insurance!