Many people still don't know about all the great work education nonprofits like Código Ecuador are doing around the world. Please take a minute to get caught up on all the recent achievements in expanding access to technology education.
A ‘Coding School’ Seeks to Create New Opportunities in Morocco
February 11, 2019
Nonprofit Bootcamps Want to Make Coding Accessible to Low-Income Learners
August 18, 2017
World Bank Reports Benefits of
Coding Bootcamps Going Global
November 7, 2017
5 tips for working with dev teams in Latin America for the first time
May 7, 2018
Outsourcing software development to teams in Latin America is becoming an increasingly appealing option for U.S. technology firms seeking skilled programmers who are familiar with highly-collaborative software development methodologies, such as Scrum and Agile.
Bootcamps: Raising expectations for girls in math, science and technology
February 24, 2017
Intensive “bootcamp” training programs that develop coding and other computer science skills and directly connect students with jobs are becoming increasingly popular. In the U.S, there are already over 90 bootcamps—and they are taking root in Latin America too, helping to close the region’s skills and gender gaps.
President Barack Obama Praised LaunchCode
March 10, 2015
Find out how a college dropout was able to find employment at Mastercard Operations & Technology. With the help of nonprofit organizations like Launchcode, this is just an example of how technology can change the lives of high potential women, by providing them with the training they need to compete in today’s workforce.