IMAP Tech Training Scholarships for Ohioans

We Can Code ITⓇ is working with The Ohio Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation to offer the Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP). IMAP helps Ohioans who are low-income, partially unemployed, or completely unemployed to participate in WCCI’s PreSkill: Intro to Programming and our UpSkill: SQL module.

Here are the important basics regarding The IMAP scholarship:

  • The IMAP is a full scholarship (up to a $3000 value) to PreSkill and UpSkill where you will receive a badge of completion.
  • PreSkill: Intro to Programming is meant for beginners to learn programming basics and fundamental computational thinking concepts, practices, and perspectives while exploring HTML, CSS, and JavaScript through hands-on projects.
  • PreSkill: Intro to Programming consists of evening sessions where we work together to enhance tech skills. This qualification earns a nanodegree.
  • PreSkill: Intro to Programming offers you the opportunity to go on to receive specialized training at WCCI or to build new skills that help in your current career or bolster your resume to help you land a job in tech!
  • UpSkill: SQL is created for students who have a background in programming and want to build upon their knowledge.

PreSkill and UpSkill courses take place monthly. Check out our PreSkill page to learn more about our upcoming PreSkill dates. Contact an admissions representative here to learn more about future UpSkill: SQL dates.

           Who Qualifies for IMAP?

  •               Unemployed Ohioans
  •               Underemployed Ohioans
  •               Low-Income Ohioans
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  • Coding Fundamentals – Get a big-picture perspective on what software and web development look like. You’ll learn what programmers do while getting a feel for computational thinking. Use hands-on exercises and projects to demonstrate proficiency in coding fundamentals, build computational thinking abilities, and begin approaching problems like a programmer.
  • Intro to Web Development – Create a basic web page in HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and style it using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Examine fundamentals of JavaScript and its applications to web development. By the end of the course, you’ll have an understanding of how these three languages work together to build the core of modern web development. You’ll also code through problems and end the course by creating a JavaScript Chatbot application.
  • Intro to Software Development – Examine the principles of JavaScript and synthesize your previous JavaScript learnings. Build on your understanding of computational thinking basics as you practically apply them using JavaScript. Extend your previous learnings by writing and styling your own webpages using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Explore a popular style of programming, Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), and be able to recognize the four pillars of OOP.
  • Resume Development Workshop With Career Services – Explore what We Can Code IT provides as part of Career Services. During this self-paced module, you will create your very first technical skill-based resume and have it evaluated by one of our Career Services Coaches.


  • SQL in 24 – A fast-paced, straightforward introduction to SQL, the most common language used in querying databases and the TOP programming language in terms of the number of job listings. SQL in 24 is created for students who already have some variation of preexisting programming knowledge.
    • In this course, students will learn:
        • Database basics, SQL/NoSQL, and database design
        • Installation and setting up a development environment
        • Creating tables and inserting data
        • Retrieving data and updating data
        • Sorting and filtering data
        • Working with different data types
        • Combining tables
        • Aggregate functions and transactions
        • Triggers, automation, and views
        • Building a SQL application in JavaScript
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