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Financing Your Coding Bootcamp Tuition With Skills Fund

Are you looking for ways to finance your developer bootcamp? We've partnered with Skills Fund to provide affordable financing options for our coding students.

Published 14th March 2019
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Inclusion and Diversity: Announcing The Curtis Jenkins Scholarship

DigitalCrafts is proud to announce a scholarship for African American students, thanks to alum Curtis Jenkins.

Published 15th January 2019
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Improving Diversity in Tech: Announcing the Turner's Women in Tech Scholarship

DigitalCrafts is proud to announce that we have partnered with Turner to provide a scholarship for women, with the goal of increasing diversity in tech.

Published 9th January 2019
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3 Ways to Finance Your Coding Bootcamp Tuition

Currently, the cost of education is the biggest barrier for families and individuals who are looking to gain a new skill or pursue a new passion. To counter this, the DigitalCrafts team placed education accessibility at the top of its list of priorities at the beginning of 2017, and we've made tremendous strides over the past 6 months to support this effort. One major area of focus was to innovate on the way students financed their tuition to attend our full-stack software development program.

Published 22nd August 2018
7 minute read

Guaranteed Scholarships for Women and Veterans

One of our primary goals of 2018 has been improving accessibility. DigitalCrafts' mission is to make a career in technology as accessible as possible, especially for the underrepresented and the veterans who keep our country safe. To that end, starting with our upcoming September '18 cohorts, women and veterans automatically receive scholarships - no application necessary.

Published 8th August 2018
5 minute read

Are Coding Bootcamps Tax Deductible?

With the April 15th deadline quickly approaching, code school graduates are often asking whether or not their bootcamp tuition is deductible on their tax returns. Please note, we are not tax professionals, and our best advice is to ask your CPA whether or not your tuition is deductible given your circumstances. That said, here is a summary of what we've found on a Federal level.

Published 9th March 2018
10 minute read
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