The Software Guild - Scholarship Application Form
The Software Guild focuses hard on learning and career development. The curriculum is rigorous and demanding, but it ensures that you understand the wide range of concepts you’re learning thoroughly. Projects are never purely academic; the capstone project helps you build a portfolio that you can show to prospective employers. But it’s not all work; they host regular game nights, and apprentices form close bonds that lead them to participate in social activities outside the classroom. Every Guildie is a Guildie for life.

The Software Guild has Teamed up with Women Who Code to offer our members $2,000 "Women in Tech" Scholarships to their online or in-person software development bootcamps.

Application Deadline: 10/13/19.
Scholarship Value: $2,000 off full tuition
Scholarships available: Unlimited

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