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For individuals who would like to support the PopSchools.org community. As a sponsor, you get a mention on the PopSchools.org website and in our ne... Read more
Sponsorship Grant Pool
This tier is specifically for funding our grants to be distributed to PopSchools.org community members. Grant applications for recipients will be m... Read more
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PopSchools Apprenticeship Stipends
When the goal is met we will be able to provide a team of four PopSchools apprentices with a monthly stipend of $2000 for a three-month-long softwa... Read more
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PopSchools' work is collective work. Are you with me?
Published on April 13, 2020 by Nikema
My work with PopSchools has always been about community. The problems I faced that led me to this work can only and have only been solved by collective action. As a single mom, who made a conscious decision to homeschool my children, I w...
PopSchools.org is meant to create access to a safe and inclusive community, mutual aid, and paying work opportunities through apprenticeships to early-career software developers. We also aim to create openings at the beginning of the tech talent pipeline by creating programs that reach and teach people who have little or no experience in tech or software development.