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Our Money Back Guarantee
We feel so certain that We Can Code IT’s program will give you the skills and support you need to start your career as a software developer, web developer, quality assurance analyst, business analyst, or other tech role that we will refund your money if you don’t receive a job offer in tech by 180 days after graduation!
What We Ask of You
- Be accepted and enrolled in We Can Code IT’s coding bootcamp with the goal of finding a tech-related job.
- Formally agree to the money back guarantee conditions during enrollment.
- Be without a criminal record, be it misdemeanor or felony charges.
- Be legally authorized to work in the US.
- Be 18 years or older with a minimum of a high school diploma or GED.
- Maintain good financial standing with We Can Code IT at all times.
- Attend all of our career development classes and meetings with your career coach.
- Actively participate and follow instructions in our career development classes and from your career coach.
- Successfully complete our full-stack coding bootcamp program with a minimum of 90% attendance and 80% in grades.
- Actively seek employment at least mid-way though the bootcamp, independently of We Can Code IT’s connections.
- Maintain active communication with your We Can Code IT career coach on an ongoing basis during and after coding bootcamp.
- Be available for job interviews during and after coding bootcamp.
- Keep your career coach apprised of any job offers.
- Be willing to work remotely or in person within a reasonable commuting distance from your work or home address.
- Not be attending on our scholarship program.
- Obviously, if you have received and accepted any job offer during or within 180 days of the bootcamp, you are not eligible for a refund. This includes jobs as a regular employee as well as others (like entrepreneurship, internships, apprenticeships, contract positions, as well as starting your own business or becoming a partner in another business).
- Refund does not include any grant money, scholarship money, or fees incurred outside of tuition.