Ohio Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP)

We Can Code ITⓇ is working with The Ohio Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation to offer the Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP).

The Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP) scholarship is available to adult residents of Ohio who are high school juniors, seniors, or adults. It is open to individuals of any employment status and income level.

Open to Ohio residents

Full tuition reimbursed

For Intro to Programming & Beginners SQL

Badge of completion awarded upon graduation

The IMAP Program covers...

Intro to Programming

Kickstart your career in tech by learning the core principles of software development in our comprehensive introductory course.

Beginners SQL

Unlock the world of data with our SQL Mastery course. Learn to create, manipulate, and query databases and open doors to exciting career opportunities.

IMAP Scholarship FAQs:

Beginner SQL and all PreSkill courses are covered by IMAP. 

Our Beginner SQL Course provides an easy-to-follow introduction to SQL, ideal for beginners with no prior experience. Learn to write SQL queries, manage data, and apply these skills in real-world scenarios through hands-on, practical learning.

The PreSkill program consists of…

  1. Coding Fundamentals (self-paced)
  2. Intro to Web Development (1 week or weekend)
  3. Intro to Software Development (1 week or weekend)

All Ohio residents who are Juniors in high school (11th Grade) or older are eligible to apply. This includes seniors in high school and all adults.

To apply for the scholarship, you can fill out an application for our school and select “IMAP” as the funding option you’re interested in.