Through partnering with non-profit organizations and groups around the world, Docker's goal is to strengthen the broader tech community by making it more diverse and inclusive to traditionally underrepresented groups.
GDI provides affordable and judgment-free opportunities for adult women interested in learning web and software development. Through accessible in-person classes in 56 cities, GDI helps women from diverse backgrounds achieve their technology goals and build confidence in their careers and everyday lives.
Read more about our partnership and pilot course here.
At DockerCon 2016, attendees unlocked inaugural funding to the Docker Scholarship through the Bump Up! initiative.
The Docker Scholarship to Hack Reactor provided financial support and mentorship to three students to attend Hack Reactor programs. The goal of scholarship program was to strengthen the broader tech community by making it more diverse and inclusive to traditionally underrepresented groups.
Read more about the Docker Scholarship Recipients here.
We’re always happy to connect with others who work towards improving opportunities for underrepresented groups throughout the global Docker ecosystem and promote inclusion in the larger tech community.
If you or your organization are interested in getting more involved, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s join forces and take our impact to the next level!