The Hopper Opportunity Scholarship
It's not well known, but computer programming was pioneered by women. From the mid 1800's to 1945 women played a huge role in conceptualizing and developing the computer programming field. Grace Hopper, who served in the Navy, had a breakthrough and built COBOL, the first programming language to use words rather than numbers. It wasn't until the 1980's that women majoring in Computer Science started to decline. We would like to change that. This scholarship is in place to promote more women in computer programming.
What You Get
50% Off Tuition
6 month Church & State membership
Everything offered in the course