Women of Color in Software Engineering TWOC
Per Scholas is proud to team up with the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services to launch the Tech Women of Color (TWOC) training in Columbus. The Women in Software Engineering TWOC course is a rigorous pre-apprenticeship training with remote instruction to female-only cohorts over 15 weeks, diving deep into every aspect of software engineering.
Offered in collaboration with:
Some technical knowledge recommended ?
Monday through Friday
Upcoming course dates
- February 2024
While these courses may include either intermediate or advanced material, technical knowledge specified in these listings will be required as a prerequisite for applicants to be considered for admission.
While anyone may apply for this course, some technical background may be helpful.
Applicants with all levels of experience in tech are encouraged to apply.
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In-person learning takes place at one of our facilities across the US.
Remote learners must live within commutable distance of a Per Scholas campus to best facilitate our professional development and post-training employment support. For individuals who live outside of a commutable distance, you may be eligible for our National training courses.
Hybrid courses allow flexibility for learners to participate in the course remotely or in-person based on several factors. Learn more about the course you're interested in by reaching out to your admissions lead or attending an admissions overview after applying.
We can help with course selection, and answer questions about eligibility requirements and special circumstances. Contact an admissions team member