Announcing Careers in Code Cohort 4 (Fall, 2022)
Careers in Code is a coding bootcamp that teaches computer programming to women and minorities to help combat poverty in Central NY. We provide students with the technical skills they need to obtain internships and entry level software development jobs with local employers after 24 weeks of instruction.
We’re thrilled to officially announce our fourth cohort will launch this Fall, 2022 in partnership with the Alliance for Economic Inclusion and Onondaga County. We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to continue working with AEI and Onondaga County this year. We also plan to organize cohorts in 2023 and 2024.
We’re so incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to continue to work with our amazing partners in pursuit of training more software developers here in Central and Upstate NY.
How to Apply
Applicants for cohort 4 must meet the following criteria:
- 18 years of age or older
- Current resident of Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Oswego or Onondaga County
- Currently living at or around the federal poverty line (2022) or be in a situation where the pandemic has affected your employment status or financial situation
You can review the admissions process that details how to apply and what to expect next. We will be actively reviewing applications submitted to us.
While we review applications, prospective students might find the following helpful:
- Prospective students page where you can learn more about the program.
We’d also encourage you to join the Hack Upstate slack and the Syracuse.io slack to connect with our awesome developer communities! Feel free to say hello when you join.
We’re seeking individuals to help support our Fall cohort! Interested in getting involved? Send firstname.lastname@example.org a note.
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Since day one our mission has been to unite and facilitate collaboration among the greater Upstate New York technology community. To date, we’ve built a growing network of thousands of Upstate New York technologists and we have facilitated dozens of job placements. Launching Careers in Code in 2021 and 2019 has enabled us to take our efforts to the next level.
Careers in Code has generated profoundly rich and life changing opportunities for women and minorities from Central New York’s un- and underemployed. Not only that, it has helped to offset the current talent shortage our region faces when it comes to hiring software developers and engineers. We’re excited to train more software developers 2022.
We thank Syracuse Surge, Le Moyne College’s ERIE 21 Initiative, CenterStateCEO, the City of Syracuse, the Alliance for Economic Inclusion, Onondaga County, Commonspace, and the Hack Upstate community for this incredible opportunity. We’re confident Careers in Code will continue to move the needle when it comes to addressing poverty in our region.
We’d love to hear from our community to help inform the best virtual experience possible for our students. If you have any questions, thoughts, feedback, or ideas, please reach out to us at email@example.com.