Nicole from La Vie En Code
Grant Recipient

January 1, 2021

WomensNet Mini Grant Awarded to La Vie en Code

La Vie en Code

Woman Entrepreneur:
Nicole Archambault

Congratulations to Nicole Archambault, Founder of La Vie en Code for being the WomensNet Mini Grant recipient.

La Vie en Code supports people who choose to use online resources to teach themselves how to code. Archambault said, “I’ve spent countless hours researching and learning for the purpose of teaching what I learn, from a total 101-level, easy-to-understand manner. So many resources are unnecessarily complex and go over the heads of new self-taught coders without a CS background.”

She continues to say, “My work is actively supporting people from these non-traditional backgrounds to enter the tech industry, where they can contribute to projects and companies that need the diversity and inclusion…”

The WomensNet Mini Grant will help Archambault with La Vie en Code marketing and administrative support.

If you want to apply for the 2021 WomensNet Grants, view our website for more information. Applications are currently being reviewed for the $10,000 Amber Grant. You can apply today to be considered.

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