Juneteenth, observed on June 20th, is a national holiday celebrating the emancipation of enslaved Americans. Today, we take the time to reflect upon and educate ourselves on previous events in American history. By doing so, we can work towards doing our part in creating a more tolerant and inclusive society. We invite you to join us in our reflection. During this time, we hope that you think about the impact of social inequity in our communities. One way you might choose to do this is by reviewing the articles linked below. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/06/15/juneteenth-2021-history-holiday-how-celebrate/7633328002/ https://www.history.com/news/what-is-juneteenth https://www.nytimes.com/article/juneteenth-day-celebration.html https://nmaahc.si.edu/events/juneteenth
After attending our coding bootcamp Jon was able to use our career service tips to land a job as a developer with Chase. Learn more about Jon's journey from an apprehensive student of coding to a professional working developer.
On April 17, 2018 a group of Information Technology (IT) Leaders, Community Leaders, and educators gathered at the ConxusNEO Align event to discuss the current technical topics such as the Internet of Things as well as the needs of the technical community and the skills required to be successful today.
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Evening Coding Bootcamp Carrie Ryan Alumni Spotlight Update We Can Code IT graduate, Carrie Ryan, was featured in an Alumni Spotlight interview with Course Report back in July 2017. Since then, she has been promoted from a Junior Developer Intern to a fully-fledged Web Developer at United Consumer Financial Services in Cleveland. We caught up with Carrie to see what her experience has been like working in the tech industry and how she worked towards her promotion. […]
Cleveland and Columbus Coding Bootcamp Students Win Tech Competitions As a leader in software development training, We Can Code IT not only teaches students how to code, we empower students by helping them build the confidence they need to succeed in the growing tech industry. One way our students are finding their paths as innovative software professionals is by getting involved in community tech competitions. […]
CLEVELAND, OH – Employers will have their pick of some of the best new and diverse talent on Friday, June 23 during the We Can Code IT Recruiting Day. The event will start at 10 a.m. at JumpStart Inc, 6701 Carnegie Avenue, Suite 100, Cleveland. A free lunch buffet is open for employers from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. […]
“Why Is Silicon Valley So Awful to Women?” It happens in Ohio, too. We Can Code IT is helping women in tech overcome challengesCoding Bootcamp2017-06-02T13:04:26-04:00
Even with companies like Intel, Apple and Google pouring millions of dollars into making their workforce more diverse, the number of women going into tech fields has actually decreased. Women often find they are not appreciated, not rewarded, not heard and not respected in the tech workplace. We Can Code IT founder Mel McGee and Cleveland bootcamp instructor Daniel Vivacqua share their honest and personal responses to the article – and tell what We Can Code IT is doing to change the face of tech.
Mother – Daughter Duo, Diane & Megan Korpics, have always shared a passion for learning. As a homeschooling family, they were very familiar with the roles of teacher/student. Now the two are back in the classroom, but this time Megan has a few tricks to share with her mom.
DIVERSE JUNIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS TO SHOWCASE TALENT AT “WE CAN CODE IT” CAREER DAY COLUMBUS, OH – Diversity drives innovation and growth. It’s not just a cool idea – it’s a fact reported by sources like the Harvard Business Review. That’s why employers are hungry for diversity in IT departments. Businesses in Columbus will have their pick of some of the best new and diverse talent at the We Can Code IT Career Day and recruiting event on Monday, April 17 at 8:30 a.m. – noon at the OSU Fawcett Center, 2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus. Free beverages and refreshments will [...]