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Ada Lovelace Scholarship
Scholarship deadline: June 12

Dev Bootcamp is offering a scholarship to celebrate women in computer science. It is named after Ada Lovelace, who wrote the first computer program. She was history's first computer programmer. The computer programming language "Ada" was named in her honor.

Dev Bootcamp will fund 6 young women in the San Diego area to attend one weeklong, afternoon computer science summer camp held at UC San Diego. Camps cover a variety of topics: game design, virtual reality, wearable computing, Python, Java, etc. The Ada Lovelace scholarship will provide full tuition from Dev Bootcamp to any one camp offered between June and August.

Dev Bootcamp is an 18 week coding program for beginners and career changers. It was the first immersive coding school, and has refined the art and science of cultivating developers with in-demand technical and interpersonal skills. The intensive bootcamp helps you master the skills you need to accelerate your career and change your life.

All camps that the scholarship covers can be browsed here: http://bit.ly/2mVHk4r

Applicants must be young women between the ages of 7 and 17.

This application should be filled out by the applicant, with parental assistance. A parent email is required. We will use this email 1) to contact the applicant's parent about the status of the application, and 2) to provide information about future computer science education opportunities in San Diego.

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What is your full name?
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How old are you?
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What school do you go to?
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I understand that this scholarship is for young women between the ages of 7 and 17
If you became an amazing programmer, how would you use your powers for good?
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Which camp would you be most interested in attending if you were awarded the scholarship? How would it help you grow as a person? (See the link in the description for a list of camps.)
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Why do you think it's important for more girls/women to learn how to program?
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