We look for talent where no one else is looking for. We identify young women with high potential, despite their economic limitations, and give them the opportunity to become awesome developers. The result is life transformation for each or our coders and a new source of female tech talent from Latin America to the world.
The context of our students is not a disadvantage. The adversity they have faced has made them stronger and more commited to learn in Laboratoria and enter the workforce. That's probably why we have better results than the average US bootcamp according to Course Report.
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Laboratoria exceeded my expectations. It was the rise of a new family for me, where I acquired uncountable and useful knowledge in such an amusing way.
Annie Azaña, 22, Lima, Peru
Laboratoria has been a door to a whole new world of possibilities. Learning how to code is a superpower! Now I can imagine something and start to create it.
Marisol Carrillo, 26, D.F, México
Undoubtedly, Laboratoria has changed my perception of technology. I've learned things that I had never seen before and now I feel more equipped to achieve important goals.
Lía Maldonado, 19, Santiago, Chile
Winner of the “Kunan Social Entrepreneur” award in 2014 in Peru, for innovation that creates value.
One of five winners in Peru in 2015. Awarded with the “Social Impact Innovator” special recognition.
One of the three projects recognised in Latin America by Google for driving inclusion of minorities in technology.
Recognised for enabling young women in Peru with quality education and job opportunities.
"Laboratoria leverages on the tech sector to open a new path for personal and professional growth for women"
"A resilient young woman empowered with the right skills, a computer and an internet connection, can change her own destiny."
"Laboratoria tackles the gender gap head-on, creating networking opportunities and ensuring that alumni leave with a solid portfolio".