Coding Bootcamp Scholarships: See If You’re Eligible!

We’re proud to offer full-tuition scholarships to Hack Reactor Beginner Coding Bootcamp students. Apply now as you create a financial plan for your coding bootcamp.

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Meet Represent Tech Recipient Edwin S.

“After coming from a background in youth sports coaching and e-commerce, the Represent Tech scholarship made switching careers to become a software developer possible. I’ve loved the flexibility and opportunities for creativity that a career in software offers, and I’m excited to use my position to mentor other as they take on new software careers.”

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Represent Tech: Coding Bootcamp Scholarships for Underrepresented Students

Potential coders are everywhere, but opportunities to unlock that potential are harder to find.

Our mission is to create greater access to careers in technology. We strive for our student body to reflect the makeup of the communities we serve. Through Represent Tech, we’re proud to offer scholarships to historically underrepresented groups attending our Hack Reactor Beginner Coding Bootcamp. Email to get more information.

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Scholarship Details

– Scholarships are awarded quarterly. Apply for scholarships in the quarter before you plan to attend.

– Scholarships are available only to U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents who are authorized to work in the U.S.

– You must be 18 years of age or older and scholarship recipients must attend an eligible Hack Reactor cohort within 6 months of the date of their award.


Scholarship Eligibility

Find out if you are eligible for Scholarships to attend Hack Reactor’s Coding Bootcamp Program.



Who is Eligible for the Represent Tech Scholarship?

In order to be eligible, a candidate must be accepted to an upcoming cohort, be job seeking, and eligible to work in the United States. Students are eligible if they’re from groups that are underrepresented in the technology workforce including, but not limited to, those who self-identify as:

– Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, women, LGBTQIA+, disabled

– Or persons over the age of 40, Veterans, and formerly incarcerated persons.

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More About Represent Tech

We strive for our student body to reflect the makeup of the communities we serve. That means we’re committed to diversity within our classrooms and to helping our hiring partners foster an inclusive technology workforce.

To that end, we’re proud to offer scholarships to historically underrepresented groups creating greater accessibility to careers in technology. In order to be eligible, a candidate must be accepted and enrolled in an upcoming cohort, be job seeking, and eligible to work in the United States.

Have more questions? Explore Scholarship FAQs below.

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To apply, you must receive an offer of admission to the Hack Reactor 19-week beginner coding bootcamp. Then submit an application through the website. You must receive an offer of admission and apply for the scholarship by the Scholarship application deadline for the cohort you plan to attend in order to be considered. The business day following the deadline you’ll be invited to complete an asynchronous interview if your application meets the scholarship eligibility criteria.

The asynchronous interview uses a platform called Kira Talent to allow you to interview on your own time. We’ve recorded ourselves asking interview questions, and you will video record yourself as you answer. You will receive the invitation to interview the business day following the application deadline, and you’ll have about 6 days to complete it. (Exact time between deadlines may be affected by holidays.) You can interview at a time that is most convenient for you, so long as you do so by the deadline you are given in your interview invitation.

Carefully review the eligibility criteria provided in the scholarship terms and conditions. Final eligibility is based on the self identification you provide on the scholarship form.

Scholarship results will be provided roughly 2.5 weeks after the application deadline. The specific week when you can expect to receive an update on your award status is published alongside each deadline.

We have a limited number of scholarships to award, and it is a competitive selection process. Students who apply for a scholarship should also make other tuition financing arrangements while waiting for the scholarship selection results.

We cannot consider scholarship applications submitted after the application deadline for the target cohort. However, you can update your Hack Reactor application to a future cohort for which the scholarship application deadline has not passed. (Check out scholarship deadlines for future cohorts here.) Contact to discuss updating your application to a future cohort. If your enrollment timing is not flexible and you need to stick with your original cohort, our admissions team can work with you to explore other financing options that are right for you.

If you are not awarded a scholarship, you will need to make other arrangements to pay for your tuition. (Get more information on financing options.) The scholarship decision does not affect the status of your offer of admission.