We’re looking for a cohort of Black & Latinx technologists who are excited about shaping the future of tech with innovation and racial equity advocacy.

The 2020 Fellows Program Application is closed!

Current applicant’s may sign-in.

Deadline to submit: July 6, 2019 at 11:59PM PDT


The Fellows Program is an intensive career accelerator for Black and Latinx college and graduate-level computer science students. For 9 weeks between June and August, you’ll intern at a top tech company and engage in racial equity advocacy work. You’ll participate in a series of learning experiences designed to give you the tools and resources you need to navigate the tech industry, build a lasting career, and advocate for yourself and your community.


Racial Equity Advocacy Work
Learn about the current state of the tech industry, what systems need to change, and what your role is as a racial equity advocate.

Internship at a Leading Tech Company
Gain real-world work experience and access to innovators and industry leaders at a trusted Code2040 Company Partner in San Francisco or Silicon Valley.

Student Learning Experiences
Participate in workshops, retreats, panel discussions, and more to gain the tools and resources you need to navigate the tech industry and thrive in your career.

Intimate Cohort
Get to know each of your peers in an intimate setting with more opportunities for connection, healing, and candid conversation.

Build Community
Meet other Black and Latinx technologists and receive support from mentors and managers, all while redefining the future and face of tech and ensuring other technologists like you have the opportunity to succeed.

Cohorts will run in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.


The Fellows Program is designed for:

  • Currently enrolled students who attend a U.S. college or university

  • Students who identify as Black and/or Latinx

  • Students seeking internships in the summer of 2020 (and NOT full-time employment)

  • Students who plan on returning to school after their summer internship (Fall 2020)

  • Students with experience coding

  • Students who are interested in advocating for racial equity in the tech industry