WITPGH Golang Mini Academy: Application
*You do not have to be a US citizen. *Must be 18 years or older. *Applications are open nationally with priority given to BIPOC women. *Some questions below are asked in order to help us better understand tech barriers to entry to cover for future scholarship opportunities and to meet grant requirements. *All data is kept confidential and will be discarded following the conclusion of the program.
Email *
Name *
Pronouns *
I am: *
Title: *
(example: Application Developer)
Company: *
My age is between: *
My income is between: *
Where are you based? (city, state) *
(example: Pittsburgh, PA)
Are you able to commit to attending each 2 hour session for 6 weeks? *
(Don't worry these will be recorded in case something comes up and you can't make it!)
Do you have the equivalent of one year coding experience? *
(This program is not for those who are new to coding. It requires at lease some intermediate knowledge that is equivalent to around one year's experience. If you are totally new and want to learn how to code, please keep an eye out for our next Hacking Barrier to Entry program cohort opening up next year!)
Why are you interested in learning Golang? *
What are your goals with learning Golang? *
(example: new job, change companies, grow resume, etc.)
Does your company currently use Golang in their tech stack? *
Have you faced any barriers in moving up within in your field? If so, please share if you are willing. *
How do you plan to cover programming fees? *
If you require scholarship support, how much do you require?
Please give reasoning behind your need for scholarship support:
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