Funding

We offer grants, scholarships, tuition reimbursement programs, and other funding options for underprivileged and low-income students. You can view our complete list of funding options here. 

If you are interested in using any funding options, please apply with our application link or schedule a discovery meeting with admissions to discuss your funding options.

Grant & Tuition Reimbursement Programs

Ohio Means Jobs

Ohio Means Jobs offers scholarships that allow unemployed Ohioans to pursue a career in the emerging tech field.

Full tuition reimbursed

Open to Ohio residents

For unemployed workers

Only accepts candidates without college degrees

For Full-Stack Java, Data Analytics, & Cybersecurity

VA/GI-Bill®

We accept GI Bills, VET TEC, Chapter 33 and Chapter 31 as financial support for Veterans.

Full tuition reimbursed

For veterans & family members nationwide

For Full-Stack Java

Ohio Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP)

The Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP) helps Ohioans who are low income, partially unemployed, or totally unemployed participate in a training program to receive a credential at no cost.

Open to Ohio residents

Full tuition reimbursed

For Intro to Programming & Beginners SQL

Employer Partner Funding: Ohio TechCred Program

"TechCred helps Ohioans learn new skills and helps employers build a stronger workforce with the skills needed in a technology-infused economy.

Many of these trainings can be completed online!

These technology-focused credentials take a year or less to complete and prepare current and future employees for the technology jobs Ohio employers need."

We Can Code ITⓇ is a registered TechCred training provider offering many different training options depending on your organization’s workforce training needs. 

For employers: Train your workforce with WCCI and get your training costs reimbursed by the state.

For workers: Propose WCCI courses as a training program for your professional development, and the state will pay the cost to your employer.

Don’t see a course offering that fits your needs? Ask us about our customized TechCred reimbursement.

  • $2,000 per trained and credentialed employee reimbursed to an employer.
  • Up to $30,000 is available to employers per enrollment period.
  • Up to $180,000 per employer is awarded annually.
 
 

Financing Programs

Hebrew Free Loan Association

The Hebrew Free Loan Association is a non-sectarian organization that offers interest-free loans to coding bootcamp students in need.

Cleveland, OH area

Interest-free loans

Bad or no credit accepted

Ascent Funding

Ascent provides attractive bootcamp expense loans to students of top coding bootcamps.

Eligibility dependent on credit history

WCCI Installment Programs

Our installment plans allow students to pay for their bootcamp experience in increments.

Not dependent on credit history

Easy installment payments

Meratas Marketplace Loans

Meratas Marketplace offers personalized loan offers from multiple lending partners.

Up to full tuition

Does not impact credit score