Scholarship Details

$1000 scholarships available for all Codesmith Software Engineering Immersive programs. One student per month (12 students per year) will receive a scholarship.


Who Can Apply

WomenWhoCode community members who exemplify a passion for coding and go above and beyond for their community.

How to Apply

Fill out the application form and tell us about your background and career aspirations.


Codesmith is proud to team up with WomenWhoCode to award scholarships and provide a supportive learning environment for women in the tech community. 

Codesmith x Women Who Code

Empowering the Future of Women in Tech with Scholarships & Networking Opportunities


Advance Your Software Engineering Career in a Supportive Community 

Build a career you love with Codesmith's expertly designed curriculum and supportive community. Our Software Engineering Immersive programs teach Full-stack JavaScript and Computer Science to help you become an autonomous engineer, ready to make an impact at innovative tech companies worldwide. 

Full-Time & Part-Time 

Software Engineering Immersives 

Codesmith offers full-time (12-week) and part-time (38-week) immersive software engineering bootcamps. 

Part-Time Immersive

38 Weeks | Remote Setting

We designed this immersive to be more accessible to those only able to commit to part-time learning. The part-time program teaches the same top-rated curriculum on Mon-Thurs evenings and on Saturdays. 



Full-Time Immersive

12 Weeks | Currently Remote in PT, CT & ET

Advance your software engineering career with our top-rated flagship program. Interactive lectures, pair programming, and project building will be the center of your education for 6 days a week.

Top Coding Bootcamp
by Students

Software Engineer at NPR


"Attending Codesmith completely changed my life. I have changed careers to something I enjoy and that is very challenging and rewarding."


Software Engineer at Tempus

"They do a good job of picking the right people and building an inclusive, collaborative culture. They also support women/minorities in tech and educate about imposter syndrome and gender/race biases."