We’re committed to making education accessible to everyone. Our goal is to ensure that immersive tech training is financially accessible for all qualified learners who demonstrate aptitude, drive and determine. To honor our commitment, Galvanize is currently offering one scholarship: the Galvanize Scholarship.

Available Aid

Galvanize Scholarship

Who is eligible?

This scholarship is available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents accepted to either the Hack Reactor at Galvanize Software Engineering Immersive (SEI) program or the Galvanize Data Science Immersive (DSI) program.

What does this scholarship cover?

This is a full-tuition scholarship to one of our immersive programs. Applicants must submit an application and be accepted to a Galvanize Program by the application deadlines (see below).

application deadlines (click here to view).

Please click here for applicant guidelines.

Galvanize offers a scholarship with Optimizely for our Software Engineering Immersive program

Optimizely I / Own It Scholarship

Who is eligible?

Optimizely are offering four full-tuition scholarships, including three full-tuition Software Engineering scholarships at our San Francisco Campus and one full-tuition Software Engineering scholarship at our Austin Campus to individuals who are underrepresented in the tech community.

What does this scholarship cover?

You'll recieve full tuition for the 12-week Hack Reactor Software Engineering Immersive bootcamp in San Francisco or Austin starting January 2021, be paired with an Optimizely mentor, and start a three-month paid internship at Optimizely after you graduate in mid-April 2021.

Please click here for more information and to apply.

Vinh is a first-generation Vietnamese-American. He holds a BS in Biopsychology and an MS in Nutritional Epidemiology, both from Tufts University. Prior to Galvanize he conducted social and economic policy research at Abt Associates on government programs such as the National School Lunch Program. His goal is to use data science to address systemic public health problems and improve well-being.

Vihn Tran, Scholarship Recipient

Data Science Immersive, Galvanize San Francisco