ISSUE – June 25 | Tech Diversity Nonprofit Code2040’s New Class Of Fellows Is The Largest Ever

Code2040, a nonprofit addressing the racial wealth gap by increasing representation of marginalized groups in the U.S. tech workforce, just announced its largest-ever class of incoming fellows. This fellowship, the initial program at the startup-minded nonprofit founded by Laura Weidman Powers and Tristan Walker, places black and Latinx computer science students as interns at partner companies. The program has grown from five fellows in its inaugural class in 2012 to 135 incoming fellows this year. [ Fortune ]