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Jamie Hayes <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 7 Jul 2022 19:12:05 +0000


Code2040 Applications are due July 18th!


Fellows Program 2023
Applications Due July 18th

Hello Georgia State University Career Center Staff!

Thank you for informing your Computer Science students about Code2040! We reached out to your school because of the work you do to create opportunities for Black and Brown students who want to pursue careers in tech. Our national fellowship program connects students with paid internships($1300/week post-tax minimum) at top employers for the hands-on experience they need to secure full-time employment upon graduation. Students do not need to live in the Bay Area to qualify, and we welcome undocumented students to apply.

Our mission is to equip fellows with tools to address systemic inequality that hinders Black and Latinx technologists from fully participating in the industry.

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Please remind interested students that the application closes on July 18th. On July 10th we will host a working session with the developers of the application to answer any questions. Interested students can register here<>. I've attached the program brochure for your reference. As always, please let us know if you have questions. Thank you!

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