Now Accepting Applications for the Justice Through Code Spring Semester

November 05, 2020

Are you formerly incarcerated and want to learn how to code and explore jobs in the tech industry? We are currently accepting students for our Justice Through Code program for the spring semester. 

What is Justice Through Code?
Justice Through Code is a semester-long coding intensive that provides life-changing access to career track technology jobs for the formerly incarcerated. We work with students to develop the interpersonal and technical skills necessary to embark on their career transitions upon program completion.

What do I need to know before I apply?
Justice Through Code is only open to formerly incarcerated or justice-involved individuals. This semester of JTC will have a remote option so you do not have to live in NYC to apply. The program is free for accepted applicants. 

Why should I apply? 
Technology is a growing industry with career-track jobs and sustainable wages. The training you will receive in Justice Through Code will prepare you to begin a career transition into the technology industry. Throughout the program, you will be provided with opportunities to network with leading tech professionals. Justice Through Code has a proven track record with participants from our first cohort successfully embarking on their career transition at major tech companies upon program completion.

When do applications close?
Applications close on November 22. 

What if I have other questions?
Email justicethroughcode@columbia.edu

Learn more and apply here:
https://rebrand.ly/JTC