Addressing employment and education inequality is a top priority for SDFF. SDFF’s coding programs not only open doors to promising IT careers, but also to the economic mainstream by championing a more integrated, accessible and sustainable regional workforce. Adhering to an organizational philosophy of “Improving lives through technology,” San Diego Futures Foundation is committed to bridging the New Digital Divide.
Code SDFF aims to provide low-income youth, adults and disadvantaged women with no-cost coding training, internships and job development support in order to increase access and opportunity into living wage IT careers, and to meet the growing demand for software developers.
Program at a glance:
Training will be in java and fullstack
- Length: 8 months
- Class Size: 10-20 Students
- Support Services: Job Readiness, soft skills, tutoring, 1:1 mentoring.
- Job Placement Assistance
Program will be free for qualified individuals.
Please contact Alejandra Solorzano for more information,
Alejandra@sdfutures.org or 619-269-1684, ext 211
Code SDFF Application
Within this program, young women attend bi-weekly sessions throughout the school year and into the summer and learn basic coding concepts and information about careers within computer science from experts and mentors.
They learn to work together as a team, establish sisterhood, and engage with their communities to solve a real world problem as they develop a Community Impact Project utilizing coding concepts.
Future Codes is a FREE, year round program and is currently open to any 9th -12th grade high school students. Club meetings vary.
Please contact Alejandra Solorzano for more information or to sign-up,
Alejandra@sdfutures.org or 619-269-1684, ext. 211
If you’re interested in getting involved with Future Codes, we’re always looking for dedicated volunteers.
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