Turing is currently offering the bigLOVISA scholarship and the Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship. See below for more info on each scholarship and due dates.
Scholarship essays are due by midnight on the date listed and must be submitted via the formal application forms linked here. Emailed applications and essays will not be considered.
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Lovisa Svallingson, a beloved member of the Turing Community was tragically lost in an accident in 2021. Through combined efforts with her family and network of friends, Turing is now offering a scholarship in her name in remembrance of her and her amazing work.
This scholarship will be awarded annually to a Turing student to continue the work at the intersection of tech, environmental sustainability, and women empowerment, that Lovisa was so passionately committed to.
This is a $10,000 scholarship awarded to a single student.
This scholarship will also be awarded based on a demonstrated financial need.
Scholarship application due date: March 3, 2024
Scholarships will be announced on or before: March 11, 2024
“It is hard to put into words how much the bigLOVISA scholarship meant to me during my time at Turing and navigating such a significant life change. Being selected was an honor, beyond easing my financial strain, it served as a constant source of motivation throughout the program. I’ll be forever thankful and am carrying this gratitude with me into my new role as an engineer.” — Caitlin, former bigLOVISA scholarship winner
Turing stands for the inclusion and equality of all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, zip code, background, or life experience. When we look at the tech industry overall, though, we see significant biases and a lot of missing faces. So many amazing people who could make monumental contributions to software development have not yet entered the field. This needs to change.
People build software to solve problems, but we tend to only solve problems when we know they exist. Until the experiences of all software developers begin to mirror the experiences of all software users, real problems will remain unsolved and real needs will remain unmet. If you don’t see yourself as fitting some “typical software developer mold”, then you are exactly who we need. Your differences are valuable.
We have two scholarships available at $8,000/each for each cohort. If you belong to any group that is underrepresented in technology and you have been accepted to Turing, we invite you to apply by clicking the button below.
Scholarship application due date: February 25, 2024
Scholarships will be announced on or before: March 4, 2024
Scholarship applicants must be accepted into the Turing School of Software & Design and meet the following qualifications:
Scholarships are awarded in the form of tuition waivers of $8,000 and applied to the total tuition.
Turing scholarships are reviewed by a panel of Turing staff. The scholarship committee will score essays based on a rubric evaluating the following questions: