Are you a former Django Girls attendee? Did you find programming interesting and wish to continue web development using Python and Django? Well, we have great news for you.
As Django Girls, we are very excited to announce online scholarships through our new partnership with RMOTR (https://www.rmotr.com/). RMOTR offers interactive online coding classes in which participants are tutored via video conferencing thereby enabling remote learning. RMOTR also provides a pool of other learning resources to learners through their website.
How many scholarships are on offer?
We are super excited to have been offered the following number of scholarships for our Django Girls community by RMOTR:
15 x 25% off tuition scholarships per month.
10 x 50% off tuition scholarships per month.
5 x 100% off tuition (FREE enrollment) scholarships per month.
Who is eligible to apply for these scholarships?
Any member of the Django Girls community is eligible for these scholarships. Admission in one of the scholarships will mean Full and FREE access to all RMOTR courses and tutorials available at http://learn.rmotr.com/. RMOTR also offers a FREE Python course which any member of the Django Girls community can also benefit from.
How do I apply?
To apply, visit https://rmotr.com/apply/?campaign=djangogirls to apply for scholarships in RMOTR courses. The application process involves a small skills test (see this example), which is used to determine if the applicant is in good shape to take the program, or needs some extra help. The applicant is also asked to choose which of the three scholarship options they want to be eligible for, so that can the applicant’s choice is kept in mind while doing the final selection.
The number of scholarships is not fixed but is dependent on the interest from our Django Girls community. More applications from Django Girls means more scholarships awarded to us – YAAY!
Special thanks to our sponsors
We would like to thank RMOTR for sponsoring Django Girls. We look forward to working with you in transforming the lives of women as we introduce them to tech and programming.