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Your donation will support our student community of diverse tech talent to reskill and achieve economic mobility through a career in technology.
"This bootcamp has really changed how I think about my future."
Rama grew up in Homs in Syria, and while now lives in Türkiye, she wants to use coding to help her native country.
"Whenever I was planning for my career, I was asking myself if this was going to help me do something for Syria. Coding allows me to build products that can help solve the problems we have in Syria."
Why support mental health for our students?
Khadija and her family left Syria in 2013 when the war began. She later joined a Re:Coded bootcamp in 2020 and she is now working remotely as a developer for Hatch Apps in Washington D.C., USA.
Ammar is another of our graduates but is now working at Re:Coded as a highly beloved trainer. Ammar is Syrian-Palestinian and has worked with us since 2019, where he has been teaching students in Türkiye, Iraq, and Lebanon.
As a remote organization aiming to be the most innovative non-profit, we rely heavily on digital tools to create the right environment for our students, and to run Re:Coded efficiently and with care.
We still have a lot of work to do
Despite the fact that the technology industry is growing exponentially, with at least 150 million net new jobs expected to be created in the next five years, systemic barriers to these career opportunities have resulted in minimal representation from diverse and historically underserved talent. We need a new model to reskill and upskill talent that prioritizes equitable access to life-changing careers.
of the global technology workforce is represented by talent displaced and impacted by conflict and crisis.
of all tech jobs are held by women.
of all tech jobs are held by underrepresented minorities.
People are currently displaced in the Middle East and North Africa due to conflict and economic uncertainty.
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We believe in the power of employment to change lives. Our goal is to prepare, place and support our learners into life-changing careers.
We only select students who are deeply committed to building a sustainable career in tech.
We support gender diversity in tech and aim for 50% of women in our programs.