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Coding Bootcamp Application Process
Results-Oriented Progressive Tech Education
We Can Code IT students solve a challenge together.
Our coding bootcamp students present their capstone project to employers.
Coding bootcamp student interviews with potential employer at Career Day.
Software Development Training
You’ll learn the most in-demand skills in the U.S., specialized based on the demands of each campus’ region. Most importantly, know that you’ll learn languages and techniques that will soundly start you as a software developer, skills that will stay with you through your career, enabling you to specialize as you desire throughout.
Over the course of 12 weeks (days), or 20 weeks (evenings), you’ll gain the skills and the know-how to start your career as a software developer.
Technology is vast and rapidly expanding. If anyone tells you they can teach you everything in a few months, don’t believe them. We teach you the hardest skills to learn on your own and give you a great baseline from which you can expand and flourish in your craft.
Below, see the languages and skills you’ll experience during coding bootcamp. Bar graph lengths roughly correspond to the weight we place on each of the skills based on our findings of skills that employers find important, as well as skills that are typically harder (C#, Java, OO), or easier (HTML, CSS) to pick up on your own.
Additional Mentoring and Guidance
Small Group Tutoring
WCCI students being tutored to help overcome blockers.
Columbus lead instructor assists students on Slack. Students share challenges and solutions.
Opportunities for Growth
WCCI students unite!
Chief Career Strategist, Cynthia Trotta, assists a student preparing for an interview.
Our career strategists offer one-on-one assistance, group talks, as well as an online series to not only facilitate your career entry, but educate you in life-long career practices.
OEConnection CIO talks to students about her journey in IT.
Special topics ranging from Imposter Syndrome and LinkedIn best practices, through Interview Prep help you not only get started in your career, but navigate it after you launch.
We hire professional resume consultants and photographers so you present your best self.
When you’re examining your coding bootcamp investment, compare before and after resumes. We hire industry experts to help you explain your journey in a professional manner.
JPMorgan Chase executive interviews coding bootcamp student.
We introduce you to employers and tech professionals throughout your bootcamp experience. This helps you with industry connections, and provides you with insight into careers in tech.