Galvanize partners with Women Who Code to offer more tech and education opportunities for women

Monday May 1, 2017 0 comments Tags: Denver, Galvanize, Women Who Code, Jennifer Tacheff, Jim Deters

DENVER -- Galvanize and Women Who Code (WWCode) announced a partnership that will provide more women with access to education, resources and pathways into the technology industry.Galvanize_logoUSE

“We are thrilled to be an inclusion partner of WWCode, whose mission to inspire women to excel in technology careers is one which we wholeheartedly support,” said Jim Deters, Galvanize CEO.

“At Galvanize, we are committed to investing in technology and education that is accessible to anyone -- specifically the traditionally underrepresented -- with the determination and drive to learn the skills they need to transform their lives.”

"Galvanize's continued support for WWCode demonstrates a commitment to empowering women to become leaders in the tech industry,” said Jennifer Tacheff, WWCode VP of partnerships.

“This partnership helps to propel our catalytic work of providing training and skills for women to level up in their careers, so they can innovate and continue to shape the future of tech."

This collaborative effort supports women in technology by providing additional opportunities through Galvanize being recognized as an official WWCode school, participation in Galvanize events and scholarships.

Galvanize said its faculty and team members are available as resources for WWCode members enrolled in immersive courses and work space is available in the Galvanize San Francisco campus.

Those interested in the Galvanize Community Program can receive a 20% discount on Galvanize Data Science and Web Development immersive programs by registering before July 1.

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