Bootcamp hopes to diversify tech industry

We Can Code IT aims to train female and minority coders

An Article in Crain’s Cleveland Business

Our 2015 Accelerator startup We Can Code IT works to train women, African Americans, and Hispanic Americans in the engineering and technology space through its education services. The We Can Code ITstartup, which was founded in 2013, provides education, mentoring, and job placement to those who you don’t often expect to see coding and programming software.

Crain’s Cleveland Business featured We Can Code IT in its weekly magazine.

“It’s not a standard coding bootcamp. We’re doing something a little different,” said McGee, who has been a web developer for about 20 years…

[Charles Stack’s] startup business accelerator, FlashStarts, recently invested $25,000 in We Can Code IT.

As a result, the company will hold its fall bootcamp right next to FlashStart’s headquarters on the second floor of Terminal Tower — a space that’s designed to serve as a central hub for startup companies in Cleveland.”

Read the full article in Crain’s Cleveland Business.

You can see We Can Code IT present at our Demo Day this Wednesday, August 19th.


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