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Laboratoria offers young women from low-income backgrounds a career in tech that transforms their future and the industry that receives them. More than 800 young women have graduated from our Bootcamp since 2015 and 80% of our students have been placed as web developers, tripling their income in average, improving their lives and generating a positive impact on their families and communities. With locations in Peru, Mexico, Chile, and Brazil and expansion plans across the region, Laboratoria is quickly becoming a leading source of female tech talent from Latin America to the world. Over 200 companies in Latin America, the US, and Europe are already hiring from Laboratoria, including global players such as Accenture, Everis, Thoughtworks, IBM, Crowdbotics, Scotiabank, among others. Global tech companies such as Google and Microsoft are backing our program. World leaders like Barack Obama and Mark Zuckerberg have recognized the impact of how we prepare low-income youth for the jobs of the future, and its potential to bring in the talent and diversity the tech sector needs to grow.Something looks off?