Scholarships Available for Coding Classes with The Codex

We were excited to learn about The Codex recently, in an announcement from the Tech Wildcatters last month. The Codex is a code school for the Dallas community, dedicated to “help educate, inform, and develop individuals who are fascinated with a possible career in technology.” The first introductory class, “Website Basics,” is scheduled for September 23rd and will focus on HTML/CSS basics.

The Codex announced yesterday that there are now ten scholarships available for the program, thanks to support from Epic Servers.

“This is in support of training more skilled talent and supporting the startup community,” says Jay Henderson, The Codex’s Program Manager. “We have 10 scholarships to The Codex’s first class, where people can learn the website basics of HTML and CSS and actually walk away knowing how to  create a website.”

Epic Servers will also provide free hosting to each student enrolled in the course.

To apply for the scholarship, visit the site!



Rachel Winstead

Rachel is a freelance writer and works at Soap Hope in downtown Dallas. She hates the term "disrupt," tweets about startups, and appreciates a well-crafted hashtag.