Frontend Learning Group for Women
I am passionate about empowering women to achieve career fulfillment & financial independence. Frontend Development is a lucrative and in-demand field with a relatively low barrier to learning. I created this opportunity for women to learn frontend dev in an encouraging, low-pressure setting.
Our program is for women anywhere in the world. We strongly encourage Black women, women living in Africa, or mothers to apply.
We are running a cohort right now, and have not planned the dates for the next cohort. Please join our waitlist to get updates.
The program is FREE! But there are a limited number of slots.
A reliable Laptop and a strong Internet Connection. Please DO NOT apply for this program if you do not have these two things.
Sincere THANKS to the following companies for their generous support of our program! 💛
Get comfortable with frontend software development, one of Tech's most lucrative fields.
Enjoy an ultra-supportive community and regular group mentoring, without undue pressure or common imposter-syndrome triggers.
Build concrete technical skills that can form the foundation for a successful coding career.
Build discipline and critical communication & networking skills.
Devote at least 12-16 hours/week for studying. This equates to a minimum of 2 hours a day, if you study 6 days a week.
Attend office hours each week; even if you do not need help, show up to support your cohort.
Participate in our Slack Community and abide by its Code Of Conduct at all times.
Share any struggles or obstacles that threaten your progress with Arit, so that she can strategize with you.
Next, the Prep Group takes a comprehensive exam that tests what they learned. The exam has 2 parts: a timed online quiz and a project - build a simple website according to provided requirements.
Those who pass the exam may have a short video interview with Arit before we make a decision.
We will inform those who are accepted on Slack. Those who are not accepted are welcome to reapply to a future cohort.
You Are On Our Waitlist!
When we open the next cohort, we shall email you just once about it.Remember to also check your spam folder, and your Promotions or Updates tabs (Gmail users).