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We Invest in Your Coding Career

We are awarding various scholarships to people who demonstrate a commitment to launching their career in software engineering.

Ongoing Scholarships We Offer

Hack Reactor is proud to offer scholarships in partnership with innovative organizations in our community. Scholarships are available at various times throughout the year - please continue to check this page for updates and new offerings.

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Current Scholarships We Offer

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Galvanize

Education should be accessible to everyone, and to honor that commitment Galvanize is offering one full scholarship for the upcoming Hack Reactor Software Engineering Immersive.

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Previous Scholarships We Offered

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Samsung

This scholarship is available for veterans or active members of the Reserves or National Guard who demonstrate financial need. Applicants will need to provide military documentation to verify scholarship eligibility. See below for program eligibility.

Scholarship Application Period
Applicants are considered on a rolling basis until the $300,000 in funds are distributed.

Applicable Campuses & Cohort Dates
Any 12-week immersive program on a rolling consideration basis.

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Optimizely

Optimizely and Hack Reactor are teaming up to invest in underrepresented talent via our I/OWNit sponsorship. Together we will provide 3 underrepresented students with a full tuition scholarship to Hack Reactor’s San Francisco campus, a living stipend of $1500 per month while at the immersive, followed by an internship opportunity at Optimizely post graduation and access to Optimizely mentors.

Application Criteria:
Students who identify as a woman; and/or are part of the LGBTQ community; and/or come from one of the following racial backgrounds: Black or African-American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Middle Eastern/North African, Southeast Asian/Pacific Islander; and/or are part of the disability community; and/or are a veteran are eligible for this scholarship.

Scholarship Application Period:
Closed
Check out our Scholarship Guidelines and FAQ for more information.

Applicable Campuses & Cohort Dates
San FranciscoJanuary 2, 2019

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Facebook

The Facebook scholarship will fuel Telegraph Track, Hack Reactor’s diversity and inclusion program. Telegraph Track is an extension of the Hack Reactor’s immersive program that focuses on building a strong community to support the careers of underrepresented software engineers. One additional full scholarship is still available and is being offered.

*Due to state regulations we can not offer scholarships to those attending the New York campus at this time.

Application Criteria:
Students who identify as women, non-binary, queer, black, latinx, american indian or pacific islander. Eligible students who apply for the Hack Reactor Scholarship Fund be automatically considered for the Facebook Scholarship as well.

Scholarship Application Period:
Closed


Applicable Campuses & Cohort Dates
Applicable for All Campuses*.
Applicable for Sep 2018 and Oct 2018 / Nov 2018 cohorts.

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Team Austin

Team Austin is looking to make a huge impact on the Austin coding community by offering a $7500 scholarship to one student interested in going to Hack Reactor Austin. You can apply through our Hack Reactor scholarship portal.

Application Criteria:
Students who identify as women, non-binary, queer, black, latinx, american indian or pacific islander.

Scholarship Application Period:
Closed

Applicable Campuses & Cohort Dates
Hack Reactor Austin
March 5, 2018 and April 23, 2018

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Kapor Center

Hack Reactor and the Kapor Center teamed up to invest in diverse Oakland tech talent. In May 2017, we awarded Reyna Cabrera one full tuition scholarship to Hack Reactor San Francisco.

Application Criteria:
Students who identify as women, non-binary, queer, black, latinx, american indian or pacific islander.

Scholarship Application Period:
Closed

Applicable Campuses & Cohort Dates
San Francisco
August 21, 2017

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Docker

In November 2016 we teamed up with Docker to bring more diversity into the tech field. Together, we gave out three scholarships to our programs over a 6 month period. These scholarships covered the full cost of tuition and were given to students that have a commitment to advancing equality in their community.

Application Criteria:
Students who identify as women, non-binary, queer, black, latinx, american indian or pacific islander.

Scholarship Application Period:
Closed

Applicable Campuses & Cohort Dates
San Francisco
October 31, 2016 and March 20, 2017