What we do

FrauenLoop fills the gap between technology, women and computer programming competence.  FrauenLoop trains EU resident and immigrant women to participate in the digital economy.  We believe that women who change country, status, or careers demonstrate creativity and resilience. These characteristics can drive rich contributions to the tech industry.  In an age where digitalization affects nearly every aspect of life, our program builds women's confidence, community, and connections in tech.

Since 2016, FrauenLoop has developed a custom mix of evening classes and weekend workshops to fill the gaps that most bootcamps do not.  Using Python, JavaScript, Git, SQL, HTML, Selenium and CSS, we offer applied, hands-on learning and professional coaching.  From industry-focused classes to small-group workshop exercises, we know the tech industry and what it takes to get into it coming from a different career, from a break, or from academia.  Our expertise is in training women:

  • career-changers
  • immigrants
  • parents (or as any combination of these)

German or Ghanaian, Turkish, Venezuelan or Syrian, FrauenLoop empowers the women we train and the companies that hire them to build tech solutions for a broad global audience.  Our program was created to leverage the best tech industry practices while avoiding common industry pitfalls.  We don't use buzzwords or call our program a 'bootcamp.'  We also don't consider our work to be charity, since the principal effort at FrauenLoop comes from women who are working to establish or re-establish themselves professionally.

FrauenLoop maintains management and mentor groups that are representative of the women we train.  We empower women to enter the global tech industry without regard to age, race, migration background, family-status, or religion.