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We’re pleased to announce the launch of three NEW scholarships for obtaining job-ready coding skills!

OSU Partner Alumni Award: $2,000 Coding Bootcamp Scholarship

To make coding boot camps more accessible and affordable OSU's partner The Software Guild is launching The Software Guild Partner University Alumni Award.

The $2,000 award is available to:

  • Graduates of Oregon State University

  • Graduates of Oregon State University's Professional and Continuing Education

Women in Tech Award: $2,000 Scholarship

Available to eligible females who are admitted into The Software Guild’s fully online coding bootcamp program or Louisville on-ground program.

Veterans Who Code Award: $2,000 Scholarship

Available to eligible military personnel who are admitted into The Software Guild’s fully online coding bootcamp program or Louisville on-ground program.

Learn to Code, Get Job-Ready Coding Skills and Save!

To receive the $2,000 tuition discount, you'll need to be admitted into one of The Software Guild’s fully online coding boot camp programs before December 31, 2017.


*Terms and Conditions:

Alumni Partner Award: Grant recipients must successfully complete The Software Guild audition process and be offered a spot in the fully online coding bootcamp program with a cohort start date prior to December 31, 2017. Failure to begin the program prior to this date will result in forfeiture of the full grant award. The grant will be evenly distributed across two session payments whereby $1,000 is awarded at the beginning of each session to directly reduce the cost of tuition for that session.

Student must remain in good standing, as defined by The Software Guild, and successfully complete all requirements of Session 1 before being awarded grant for Session 2. To qualify for the award, OSU alumni and OSU PACE alumni must be validated as alumni via OSU administrative staff and/or by providing proof of OSU program completion.

The award is being offered in its entirety by The Software Guild and is neither funded by nor in association with the Oregon State University.

Women in Tech: Grant recipients must successfully complete The Software Guild audition process and be offered a spot in the fully online or the Louisville on-ground coding bootcamp program with a cohort start date prior to December 31, 2017. Failure to begin the program prior to this date will result in forfeiture of the full grant award. The grant will be evenly distributed across two session payments whereby $1,000 is awarded at the beginning of each session to directly reduce the cost of tuition for that session. Student must remain in good standing, as defined by The Software Guild, and successfully complete all requirements of Session One before being awarded grant for Session Two.   Female students qualify based on self-identification. This grant opportunity may not be combined with other grant opportunities.

 

Veterans who Code: Grant recipients must successfully complete The Software Guild audition process and be offered a spot in the fully online or the Louisville on-ground coding bootcamp program with a cohort start date prior to December 31, 2017. Failure to begin the program prior to this date will result in forfeiture of the full grant award. The grant will be evenly distributed across two session payments whereby $1,000 is awarded at the beginning of each session to directly reduce the cost of tuition for that session. Student must remain in good standing, as defined by The Software Guild, and successfully complete all requirements of Session One before being awarded grant for Session Two.  Military personnel in the following groups - reservists, veterans, and/or active-duty service members – are eligible and must present proof of eligibility defined as original statement of service or certificate of release or discharge. This grant opportunity may not be combined with other grant opportunities.

 

Coding Boot Camp Scholarships