Last summer, Do Space launched Hello Code, a free–that’s right, free!–program to give participants a taste of what it would be like to work in the technology field by learning how to make a website over the course of a month. Hello Code was designed to develop technology talent among those changing careers and re-entering the workforce by providing a low-barrier entry to experimenting with computer programming. Omaha responded enthusiastically. We had nearly three applications for each open seat!

We ran four sessions of Hello Code in 2016 and we are proud to announce we will be continuing Hello Code in 2017 — beginning this February. Our next session runs for five Sundays, beginning February 5th and ending March 5th. You can apply by filling out our online application form. We will be accepting applications until 11:59pm Central Time on January 29th. We expect another competitive round of applications, so remember to tell us why you want to learn web design and how it will benefit you in detail when you fill out the application.

Apply today to join the growing ranks of Hello Code participants!




About Author
Brian Sarnacki, Community Projects Specialist

Brian is a Community Projects Specialist for Do Space and a graduate of Notre Dame and UNL with degrees in History. He lives with his Chiweenie named Wesley, who owns many adorable sweaters.