Carolina Code School
Carolina Code School seeks applicants who are natural problem solvers and those wanting to future-proof their skill sets with technology education. The school prepares anyone interested in becoming a professional programmer regardless of background or level of experience.
Graduates can opt-in to enter the career support program, which provides four additional weeks of the curriculum along with support throughout the career search process. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a Certificate of Completion in Web Development.
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Our Web Development Immersive course is a 12-week in-person coding course designed to prepare students with the skills they need to meet the needs of employers right here in the Carolinas. At Carolina Code School, our curriculum includes the most up-to-date software development tools and techniques taught by seasoned developers. By the end of the course, you’ll have what it takes to be a successful web developer and be prepared for the future.
- Start Date
- None scheduled
- Class size
- Lending partners: https://loanable.io/code-school/carolina-code-schoolhttps://climbcredit.com/ccshttps://carolinacodeschool.skills.fund
- Currently offering a full-tuition scholarship through Facebook for August 27 course. https://carolinacodeschool.org/scholarship/
- Minimum Skill Level
- Prep Work
- Prework course will be given to accepted applicants.
- Placement Test
$500 Carolina Code School Scholarship
- Offer is only valid for new applicants. Applicants who have already submitted an application cannot claim this scholarship.
- This scholarship cannot be combined with other offers.
- Web Development Immersive (Greenville)
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