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DataCamp Donates Q2 2022 Digest

The Q2 digest of the DataCamp Donates program is here! Check out how DataCamp Donates has been doing as they feature new additions into the program. New partners, new content, and new stories to expect!

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

August 2, 2022

Seve Perez

August 2, 2022

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Empowering 12,000 young Africans with a life-changing DataCamp scholarship

On April 13th, 2022, hundreds of hopeful and inspiring posts of young Africans took social media by storm. All those smiles are the result of their acceptance to the data science scholarship they had just received thanks to DataCamp Donates x Ingressive For Good partnership.

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

July 22, 2022

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How a trans activist is using DataCamp to support the Venezuelan LGBTQIA+ community

Michelle Artiles is a trans activist creating a more open Venezuela for all. She was able to get free access to DataCamp through the partnership between DataCamp Donates and Yakera. She is using her skills to teach her community about data science and educate others regarding the challenges the LGBTQIA+ community is facing in Venezuela.
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Michelle Artiles

July 14, 2022

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DataCamp Donates is helping grow a new community of young women data scientists in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has a new set of data scientists in town! Women in Data Science Costa Rica is fighting high levels of local female unemployment in their country through educational outreach. Read on to discover how university students at the Latin American University of Science & Technology (ULACIT) are using DataCamp Donates to learn and share new data skills with girls in high school.
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Women in Data Science Costa Rica

June 17, 2022

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DataCamp Donates Digest Q1 2022

DataCamp Donates very first digest of 2022 shows strong results thanks to an acceleration in the number of partners joining our program. This quarter, we broke records and we hope to reach for even higher achievements for the remainder of the year.

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

May 26, 2022

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Rayan Elatmani

May 26, 2022

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DataCamp Donates is the Best Way to Transition into a Data Analyst Career

Discover the inspiring story of Amanda Wade, a DataCamp Donates recipient through our nonprofit partner BreakLine. BreakLine helps veterans, women, and people of color pivot into compelling careers in the tech industry. She was able to transition from a Finance to a Tech career and get hired as a Data Analyst at Google using DataCamp.
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Amanda Wade

May 18, 2022

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Direct Relief x DataCamp: Using Data Science to Drive Humanitarian Aid

DataCamp Donates is proud to partner with one of the biggest humanitarian and disaster relief organizations to support their strategic needs.

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

April 29, 2022

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Qualified Nonprofits Get DataCamp for Free! Apply to DataCamp Donates

Becoming a DataCamp Donates Partner Organization is a free and reliable way for nonprofits to help their community thrive during trying times. Apply on behalf of an organization today!

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

March 22, 2022

DataCamp for Classrooms

DataCamp for Classrooms is Now Free to Belgian Secondary School Teachers and Students

Happy 5th Birthday, DataCamp for Classrooms! We’re celebrating by expanding free, unlimited access to data education to the country where DataCamp was founded, with more countries being added soon!

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

March 10, 2022

DataCamp for Classrooms

How to Get 10+ Years of Free DataCamp (if You’re a Teacher or Student)

No hacks, no tricks. Students and teachers, read on to learn how to get the data education that’s rightfully yours for free.

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

February 28, 2022