GirlCode is offering 30 females with a matric certificate the opportunity to train as software developers.
The organization headed by Tinyiko Simbine, one of the Mail & Guardian Top 200 Young South Africans, aims to help set young women up with skills development programs.
The learnership, which kicks off in April, will focus on the software development industry.
The 12-month learnership is a full-time practical training that will give successful applicants a chance to learn soft skills and prepare them for a business environment.
What makes the program unique is that GirlCode has partnered with tech startups to give candidates hands-on work experience.
Apply for the learnership: GirlCode