Code+ is a 10-week summer coding program for Duke University undergraduates with little or no tech-related work experience. The program is focused on increasing equity, inclusion, and diversity in the technology talent pipeline and is particularly interested in attracting students from historically marginalized communities, including first-generation college students. The program provides students with a real-world coding/product development experience in a peer learning environment, with the goal of helping them obtain a tech industry internship the following summer. Past participants have secured internships with top tech companies, and the program provides housing, a meal plan, and a stipend of $1000 for on-campus students and a $5000 stipend for off-campus students.

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Research Computing generally supports 1 project a year and matches interns with researchers seeking coding assistance to work with their data sets in a new way.