CommunityTreehouse Donates $3 Million Worth of Tech Education to 2,500 College Students

Etan Berkowitz
writes on September 13, 2012

Treehouse donated $3 million worth of online tech education accounts to 2,500 college students. Through these donated Treehouse accounts, we hope to educate the next generation of designers, coders and educators.

Secondary education in the US is at an all-time high, and tuition is only increasing. Treehouse is creating this scholarship because we believe in the power of self-learning and self-improvement. We’re giving away 2,500, 2-year long Treehouse subscriptions to students that are passionate about the web.

If you meet the following criteria, please fill out the form below!

  • U.S. College Student
  • Has a valid .edu e-mail address
  • Loves learning!

*****UPDATE: This scholarship has now ended.*****

Best of luck to everyone! Cheers.


2 Responses to “Treehouse Donates $3 Million Worth of Tech Education to 2,500 College Students”

  1. John Lee on January 17, 2017 at 6:36 pm said:


    This is John an international student from Canada.

    I really would want to learn how to code however, learning how to code with team treehouse comes at a hefty price tag that I just can’t quite afford.

    I was wondering if there are student discounts available for international students to have access to great resources to learn how to code?


    • Faye Bridge on January 19, 2017 at 5:34 am said:

      Hi John! We really appreciate your interest in learning with us. However, for the time being, we don’t have any additional scholarship opportunities available for students. Sorry!

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