Cal Poly Extended Education Bootcamps


Cal Poly Extended Education Bootcamps

Avg Rating:4.67 ( 3 reviews )

Cal Poly Extended Education offers two part-time, 26-week remote online bootcamps in Cybersecurity and Coding. Live bootcamp classes meet two weeknights per week and on Saturday mornings. Cal Poly Extended Education Cybersecurity bootcamp students will learn offensive and defensive cybersecurity skills including Linux, automation, Pen testing, bash scripting, Python for security, incident response, digital forensics, and NIST framework. Cal Poly Extended Education Coding bootcamp students will learn web foundations including HTML, Flexbox, and DOM. Bootcamp students will also learn a full stack Javascript curriculum including AJAX, jQuery, Git, SQL, and React. Coding bootcamp students will build a portfolio of projects ready to share with employers throughout the bootcamp. 

All Cal Poly Extended Education tech bootcamp students receive career guidance including resume assistance, interview preparation, and professional networking. Cal Poly career development team members continue to work with Coding bootcamp students after graduation to assist with job placement. 

No prior knowledge is required for Cal Poly Extended Education tech bootcamps. After submitting an online application, potential students will take a timed nontechnical assessment test covering logical reasoning before receiving an entrance decision. 

Scholarships may be available for current military personnel, veterans, and Cal Poly alumni, students, and employees. Scholarships may also be available for Cal Poly Live Intro to Coding attendees. 

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  • Coding Bootcamp

    Start Date None scheduled
    Class size30
    This full-stack JavaScript curriculum will take you from beginner coder to professional web developer in just 26 weeks. You’ll graduate with the technical skills, career savvy, and impressive portfolio that web developers need to get hired in today’s competitive and ever-evolving market.
    Offers financing as low as $269/mo through Ascent Funding
    ScholarshipAccepts the Edie Windsor Coding Scholarship available through Lesbians Who Tech
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Placement TestYes
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    Katiana CV • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    FSA was the perfect way to get exposure and a good start into the technical field. Although I don't have a traditional CS background it helped me grow both hard and soft skills to appease to recruiters and job interviewers by allowing me to have something of substantial experience to reflect on when talking about experiences without actual job experiences. Especially during the pandemic, the job market is brutal and being fresh out of school without much to put on your resume makes it harder. But FSA provides you with the real-world applications of knowledge and resume builders you need to compete against the rest. It's a fun and interactive cohort who involve people who are all really passionate or grow to become passionate about the same things you do, all with similar work ethic and goals in mind. I've definitely referred a couple friends to FSA when they ask about coding bootcamps, especially because the staff both during and post grad are phenomenal! (Shoutout to Preston, Red, and Thom as my instructors, as well as Laura and Betsy as my career coaches).
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    - 7/14/2021
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    Zach Garrett • Front-end Web Developer • Graduate Verified via LinkedIn
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    Good course structure and projects. Awesome, helpful and informative instructors and teaching fellows. Just the right amount of struggle.
  • Web Development
    - 7/22/2021
    Joseph Read • Graduate
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    A bit faster than I prefer, and I wish they had been clearer on what they put in the curriculum before signing up, but still a very good course to take for personal or professional development.