Who We Are


The Galvanize Foundation, a 501(c)(3), exists to make opportunities in technology available to all those with aptitude, drive and determination, not just those who went to the “right school” and got the “right degree”.

We award scholarships to help pay for skills training needed to enter the technology workforce. Specifically, we award scholarships to admitted Galvanize students in immersive web development and data science courses.

For Students

Interested in learning about current scholarship opportunities available to fund your Galvanize education?

What We Fund

We award scholarships to underrepresented populations in technology. We also assess financial need, and value diverse life experience and educational backgrounds. Our goal is to make immersive tech training more financially accessible for all qualified students. The Galvanize Foundation awards scholarships to admitted Galvanize students at any Galvanize campus.

Scholarships are available for the following groups:

  • Women
  • Underrepresented Groups in Tech
  • LGBTQ Community
  • Active Members of the Reserves
  • Active Members of the National Guard

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How We Work

We believe in outcomes-based investing and support programs that create measurable, transformative individual outcomes.

That’s why we invest in student scholarships at Galvanize, an outcomes-based technology training school. Galvanize student placement data speaks for itself - Graduates have a proven track record in successfully transitioning from classroom to workforce.

We measure success by the number of lives we transform. For each scholarship recipient, we track job placement rate and starting salary after program completion, and compare that with pre-program data.

Where We Work

We award scholarships to students across all Galvanize campuses.

Get Involved

We're always looking to forge new partnerships to enable us to scale our impact nationally or deepen our roots in a specific community. Interested in partnering with us, sponsoring a scholarship, or learning more about our work? We’d love to talk to you!