Codesmith offers extensive career support that guides residents through resume development, interview strategies, salary negotiation, and more. Residents receive career support for life whether they are on their first job search, second job search, or beyond. Plus, the supportive Codesmith community encourages learners to tackle unique and unfamiliar problems, important when preparing for the ever-changing tech landscape. As shared in the most recent CIRR outcomes reports (July-December 2021), more than 82% of Codesmith graduates were employed in the field within 6 months of graduating. Across all full-time immersive programs during this period the median salary for Codesmith graduates was $130,000. The median salary for the part-time remote immersive program was $137,000.
When it comes to tuition, Codesmith payment options include upfront payments, monthly installments, and financing through Ascent Funding, Codesmith’s loan partner. In addition, eligible students can apply for several different scholarship options at Codesmith.
|Full-time apprenticeship, internship or contract position||0.0%|
|Short-term contract, part-time, or freelance||1.1%|
|Started a new company or venture after graduation||0.0%|
|Not seeking in-field employment||0.0%|
|Continuing to higher education||0.0%|
|Not seeking a job for health, family, or personal reasons||0.0%|
|Still seeking job in-field||16.9%|
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Codesmith has in-person campuses in Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, London, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland and Seattle. Codesmith also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.
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