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Full Scholarships for Tech Nanodegree Programs

OneTen, the Blacks In Technology Foundation, and Udacity are partnering to offer 2,000 fully funded scholarships to train and empower members of the African American community without a four-year degree and to reshape the tech industry.

Change the Future of Technology

The tech industry offers some of the fastest growing and in-demand employment opportunities today. But these opportunities have been unequal and exclusionary — especially for people without four-year degrees.

OneTen, the Blacks In Technology Foundation, and Udacity are teaming up to change this. The Nanodegree Scholarship Program aims to give members of the African American community without four-year degrees family-sustaining and generational-wealth-building opportunities, while disrupting the status quo.

Apply to the Scholarship Program today to be a part of the change. Gain applicable skills to start a new career in tech and help break open an industry for the championship and advancement of Black talent.

Together, we can build a more equitable future.
Fast and flexible
5–10 hours per week at your own pace
Real-world projects
Built by leading experts
24/7 mentor services
Learning support from Udacity's mentors
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What You'll Get

Enroll in one of four Nanodegree programs designed with top-tier industry partners.

Learn applicable skills for a new career in tech.

Gain access to OneTen’s platform of job opportunities, career development tools, and mentorship opportunities.

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Scholarship Process

Applications are open from March 8, 2022 to April 12, 2022.

2,000 students will be chosen for a full scholarship. They will be notified April 19, 2022 and have access to the Scholarship Nanodegree Program starting April 26, 2022.

Students will receive an official certificate after completing the Scholarship Nanodegree Program.

After graduation, scholarship recipients will continue to be a part of OneTen’s community and have access to more skills-building opportunities.
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Programs to choose from

Business Analytics: Gain foundational data skills applicable to any industry. Collect and analyze data, model business scenarios, and communicate your findings with SQL, Excel, and Tableau.

Front End Web Development Fundamentals: Learn how to build high quality websites and dynamic applications to create stunning user experiences for the web.

Digital Marketing: Gain real-world experience to run live campaigns as you learn from top experts in the field. Launch your career with a 360-degree understanding of digital marketing.

Predictive Analytics for Business: Learn to apply predictive analytics and business intelligence to solve real-world business problems.

Key Program Dates

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    Application opens:

    March 8, 2022

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    Application closes:

    April 12, 2022

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    Learner notification date:

    April 19, 2022

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    Classroom start date:

    April 26, 2022

Submit Your Application Before April 12, 2022

Applications Closed
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About OneTen

OneTen’s mission is to hire, promote and advance one million Black individuals who do not have a four-year degree into family-sustaining careers over the next 10 years. OneTen takes a skills-first approach, focusing on competencies, in an aim to close the opportunity gap and ignite potential for generations to come.

Learn more about OneTen.
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About The Blacks In Technology Foundation

Blacks In Technology is a global platform for Black people in technology, and The Blacks In Technology Foundation is the largest community of Black people in the technology industry.

Through community-focused activities, events and outreach, BIT is "Stomping the Divide" by establishing standards for world class technical excellence. BIT serves members through community, media and mentorship, providing resources and guidance and challenging members to establish new standards of innovation.

Learn more about Blacks In Technology.