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100 Fully-funded entry level tech re-skilling scholarships (100% remote)
Chicago, IL
Technology
Required Skills
Digital Marketing
Market Research
Social Media Management
Preferred Industry Experience
Technology
Job Description

We are thrilled to announce we are expanding our tech re-skilling partnership program to support another 100 NEW SCHOLARSHIPS! The cost of the class is being fully funded by Mom Project and our partners at Career Circle. If you're passionate about expanding your learning in software engineering but need flexibility in the training, and prefer remote driven courses... then look no further!

Our goal with this program is first and foremost, to help you re-skill and, ultimately, gain access to top job opportunities in the tech industry; and second; to build a training model and partnership that can serve to help millions of parents expand their career horizons.

Who: YOU, our community, in partnership with our friends at Career Circle, WozU, and Allegis, who all share in our commitment to re-skill and place women at the top of the consideration pool for tech jobs in Chicago IL. Preferably, you're interested in engaging with new opportunities within the next 6 months.
What: 100 fully-funded tech re-skilling scholarships. Yep, free.
Where: All courses will be 100% remote and self-paced, aligning with your flex needs.
Why: The U.S. needs more women in tech. Learn skills and get hired. Enough said.
How: See below details on the opportunities and how to apply
Getting the Gig: As part of the program, those who receive a scholarship and successfully complete their courses will gain priority access to top tech gigs at leading companies partnered with Allegis, the nation's largest talent management firm.

The opportunity: Entry Level Software Engineer Course: Coding from Scratch
Coding From Scratch is intended to introduce students to the fundamental ideas of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Git. Students will learn how to structure a website using HTML, how to apply styling to that structure using CSS, and how to add interactivity using JavaScript. Students will then learn how changes to the site's content can be recorded and shared using the Git source control system. Objectives: Learn how HTML is used to create web pages. Learn about the different elements and controls available in HTML. Learn how to style web pages using CSS. Learn how to apply JavaScript to enable modifications to the page layout and contents. Learn how to use conditional statements to perform a task only under certain conditions.

$0.01/hour
Start Date
August 2019
End Date
September 2019
Flex Factors
Work Type Temp to Permanent
Schedule 15 hours / week
Work Remote Partially (90%)
Travel No