Everyone always talks about the lack of women coders in tech—but it doesn’t have to stay that way!
The Codette Project is looking for minority or Muslim female fresh graduates or student pursuing a tech-related discipline who want breakthrough the technology industry and they are offering substantial supports to individuals.
A total funding of $1500 and expert mentorship for 9 months will be given to the successful candidates. Preference will be given to fresh grads and students who are currently studying a tech-related discipline (including design, UX, computer science, engineering, IT or data- related courses). In addition, preference will also be given to career-switchers studying part- or full-time tech-related courses including in bootcamps.
RELEVANT SUSTAINABLE GOALS
CODETTE CARES : APPLICATION DETAILS
- Applicant must be at least 18yrs old
- A current student in a technology-related field (computer science, design, social-media management, UI/UX etc)
- With at least 3 months remaining in the program
- Must be based in Singapore
- Short essay or a 3 to 5 min video on why you think you are a good candidate
Essay / Video Questions
- What does The Codette Project mean to you?
- What are your near-term (3 to 5 year) goals?
- How would the money help you?
The deadline to enter this challenge is June 13th, and you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions
Founded in December 2015, The Codette Project is a non-profit ground-up initiative that aims to get more minority/Muslim women into technology. The Codette Project is working towards long-term economic change for minority/Muslim women through developing tech skills, building a collaborative community as well as reclaiming narratives of success to include minority/Muslim women’s stories.
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