Our student programming is focused on supporting emerging tech talent. The Code2040 Fellows Program targets college and graduate level computer science students who are excited by the opportunity to work with the best across the industry. Tech Trek is an all-expenses paid, week-long program that brings together Black and Latinx computer science students from across the United States for deep peer-bonding, visits to Bay Area tech companies, and racial equity advocacy work. Early Career Accelerator Program (ECAP) is designed to provide professional and emotional support through workshops, mentorship, coaching for Black and Latinx folks young in their career.
Through these programs and custom engagements, we work with tech companies from startups to industry leaders to craft unique, impactful partnerships and initiatives that will help them attract, hire, and retain diverse talent.
See an overview of our programs below.
This nine-week fellowship is an intensive summer program created for Black and Latinx college-level computer science students from around the country. Students will intern at top tech companies, participate in a series of racial equity advocacy work and community building
Early Career Accelerator Program (ECAP) is geared towards Black and Latinx tech professionals in the beginning of their careers. Participants will receive socio-emotional, professional, and management development through workshops, mentorship, coaching, and online engagement. We’ll build community, make space to commiserate, and find tactical solutions to the professional and cultural roadblocks we face in the workplace. Our goal is to ensure that our communities are able to not only survive, but thrive in tech workplaces
Breaking into the tech sector requires not just skills, but the experience, confidence, and connections to apply them. Tech Trek is an all-expenses paid, week-long program that brings together Black and Latinx computer science students from across the United States for deep peer-bonding and visits to tech companies.