Unsatisfied with her previous work experience, the recommendation of an associate would lead her to seek a start in software development at We Can Code IT. With support from Mayor Frank G. Jackon's Neighborhood Transformation Initiative, Angel was able to fund half of her tuition cost through their grant. The risk she took would prove to pay off as just months after graduating Angel would achieve her goal in landing a full-time software development position at Progressive.
Upcoming Admissions Events with Special Cleveland Cavalier Ticket Giveaways We’re excited to announce that we will be giving 20 pairs of Cleveland Cavalier tickets away at our upcoming Cleveland Admissions Open House and Class Shadow events! […]
[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] Social Good Organization Empowers Women and Diverse Populations in Tech [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- January 30, 2015 -- Cleveland, Ohio -- We Can Code IT, a Cleveland-based social good organization empowering women and diverse populations in technology, will begin offering full- and part-time coding bootcamps in the spring. We Can Code IT teaches high-demand tech skills to low- to moderate- income earners, increases diversity in tech, and helps alleviate poverty through education and employer partnerships. The bootcamps will take place in We Can Code IT’s Midtown (Cleveland) location. Coding bootcamps immerse students in the most in-demand programming languages [...]