New Grant: B4 Women in Tech Persistence and Possibility Grant (deadline 6/30/23)

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WGU’s College of IT is committed to putting an accredited and affordable IT degree within reach of BLNA women who are aspiring to build or grow tech-focused careers.

The WGU B4 Women in Tech Persistence and Possibility Grant is available to new, readmission, and current students. The donor1 desires that when awarding this scholarship, special consideration be given for students who have demonstrated experience in or commitment to working with historically underserved or underrepresented populations, such as Black, Latina and Native American women.

The Deadline to apply is 6/30/2023.

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