January 10, 2017
WCCI and TechHire at the White House

White House Welcomes Cleveland’s “We Can Code IT” at Tech Industry Event

White House Welcomes Cleveland’s “We Can Code IT” at Tech Industry Event CLEVELAND, OH (January 5, 2017) Indira Samuels was a recent college graduate and a single mom earning $15,000 a year working for Teach for America in Cleveland.  While teaching her students how to do computer coding, she decided to become a coder herself. After a 22-week coding bootcamp with Cleveland’s We Can Code IT, Samuels was offered a role as software engineer and a starting salary of $60,000. This is the kind of success story celebrated at the White House TechHire event in December.
January 9, 2017
hidden figure film inspires cleveland

“Hidden Figures” Film Inspires Cleveland’s Next Generation of Women & Minorities in Tech Fields

“Hidden Figures” Film Inspires Cleveland’s Next Generation of Women & Minorities in Tech Fields Most of us know about John Glenn and Neil Armstrong – but few know that a group of brilliant African-American women mathematicians working at NASA helped Glenn become the first American to orbit the earth in the historic 1962 launch in the space race against Russia. That’s the untold story behind the new 21st Century Fox film Hidden Figures, released nationwide on January 6. Here in Cleveland, the film shines a light on the growing need to include women and minorities in science, technology, engineering, and math – particularly in IT and software development.
December 21, 2016

Sign up for our Learn to Code Email Series!

Interested in understanding the basics of programming and digging in a bit? Then this email series is for you. Click on the post and fill out the form to start now!
November 3, 2016
Inclusion In Tech Columbus Chase

Inclusion In Tech

Tiffany Wagner, will share her story as a woman in tech and the journey from software developer to Executive Director at one of America’s leading corporations. Hear her highlights & challenges and learn more about JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to advancing women into leadership positions in technology. Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 Time: 4-5:30 p.m. Location: We Can Code IT, 2645 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43202 Details: FREE Parking /Refreshments Provided This event is FREE and open to the public. Invite friends, colleagues and others who are interested in learning why now is the time for women in technology. RSVP https://wecancodeit.org/events/inclusion-in-tech
September 18, 2016
iedc annual conference

Mel McGee speaks at the International Economic Development Conference (IEDC)

Join Mel and other women leaders at the International Economic Development Conference on Sunday, September 25th. Mel will be speaking on Navigating a Male-Dominated Workforce.
August 15, 2016
Corporate Coding Bootcamp

Don’t Miss Upcoming We Can Code IT Coding Bootcamp Information Sessions and Interviews!

Stop by for a tour and coding bootcamp info! Are you interested in finding out more about We Can Code IT Coding Bootcamp? Or did you apply to the bootcamp, and now you need to complete the in-person interview portion of the application process? We Can Code IT now has two upcoming dates for a tour of StartMart, a bootcamp informational session, and a group interview. Wednesday, August 17th, 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m Wednesday, August 24th, 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.  These events are free and open to the public, but all attendees are required to register. Please meet a We Can Code IT team member (wearing a We Can Code IT T-shirt) at the Terminal Tower Security Desk. Bring a photo ID with you. Security might ask for it. You can find the security desk in the lobby of Terminal Tower when you enter from Public Square. If entering from Tower City, look for the Starbucks and the Victoria’s Secret. The security desk is on the same level as those stores. If standing outside of Starbucks, it’s on the other side of the elevators. After touring StartMart, we’ll tell you a little bit about We Can Code IT and we’ll have a Q and A session. Those who are interested in enrolling in the coding bootcamp will then be asked to solve a problem or two, will be interviewed, and may be asked to join the bootcamp. Our team will then help you through the enrollment process. Want to find out more or register for one of these sessions?            
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