Turing School of Software & Design is pleased to announce the scholarship for a member of at least one group that is underrepresented in technology (e.g. Black, Latino/a, Native American, Pacific Islander, Woman, LGBTQ, or veteran). The applicants who belong to any group that is underrepresented in technology and also interested in studying at Turing, are encouraged to apply.
Turing is on a social justice mission to open the world of computer programming to more great people. Its shared space is an opportunity to showcase the best of what they can be. It’s an environment where all persons and opinions are welcome, as long as their purpose is to build each other up not tear each other down.
- Identify as a member of at least one group that is underrepresented in technology (e.g. Black, Latino/a, Native American, Pacific Islander, Woman, LGBTQ, or veteran)
- Be accepted into the school and commit to the October cohort, which starts on October 12, 2015
How to Apply:
The students can apply to Turing Scholarship by completing the admissions application. For this, the candidates must login to the site first. The link is:
- In 200-300 words, tell the story of how you became interested in a career in software development.
- In 200-300 words, share something you would be passionate about contributing to the world in the next five years.
- In 200-300 words, describe your financial barriers and how participation in this scholarship program could impact your ability to pursue education at Turing and a career in software development.
Several scholarships will be given at $4,000 each.
The admissions application deadline is September 1, 2015 and essay are due by Monday, September 14, 2015.
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