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Ladies in Tech! Don’t Miss Out. Save the Dates. Girls, female college students, faculty members, and individuals from underrepresented groups are all covered under these three scholarship and discounted prospects from Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program, Grace Hopper Celebration, and OpenAi Scholars. Girls who code Summer Immersion Program Dates: Vary per location / 7- weeks Locations: Multiple States Application Deadline: March 16th, 2018 The Girls Who Code summer immersion program is scheduled to last seven weeks. It focuses on tenth and eleventh grade girls with interest in technology and a desire to learn. The program will be available in about 12 locations around theRead More →

Looking for an affordable way to start a career in tech ? Google can help On January 16th, 2018, Google launched its IT Support Professional Certificate with the goal of helping more people secure roles in IT support. The course, which is hosted on Coursera, can get even people with no previous experience in tech secure an entry-level job in as little as eight to twelve months. Their hope is to help fill the gap that currently exists in this occupation which is surpassing the average growing rate for all other occupations. What is Included? The program, a six-course certificate is developed by Googlers and includeRead More →

Dell Remote Position by Single Moms Power

Over 200 recent remote positions for grab from the tech giant Dell I have heard from many of my followers about the struggle of finding a job where not only they would be a good fit, but also one that can fulfill their need for flexibility. With a vast and personal understanding of life, family and work balance, Single Moms Power is now renewing its commitment to research and bring you more remote opportunities. You heard it right. Dell is Hiring for a lot of technology related work-from-home positions. Most of them are spread across the United States. Some other countries I noticed, include Brazil andRead More →

Wondering why I am dedicating my time to helping you? The idea of having a platform dedicated to single moms came to me back in December 2015. At the time, I was going to school full time, taking as many as six classes a semester, doing all I can to make sure I graduate the following semester. My goal was to graduate by Spring 2016 before my son starts Pre-K in Fall 2016 at 4 years old. I wanted to establish a very good foundation for him when he starts school. I went back into the workforce and in school about five months after myRead More →