codeU is an intensive 16 week coding bootcamp in Atlanta that teaches Java technologies. codeU was founded with the mission to increase diversity in the coding workforce as quickly as possible.The school is focused on teaching women and students of color, but accepts anyone eager to learn to code.
codeU operated uses a flipped classroom and empathy-centric teaching approaches. In addition to learning Java, students will also receive job and interview training in the form of communication skills training and mock interviews. Throughout the program students will benefit from mentors and counselors that guide them in building a professional network within the field of computer program.
Before applying to codeU, applicants should be prepared to devote themselves fully to the program and their fellow students - the expected time commitment is 50-60 hours each week during the program. All accepted applicants are eligible to receive a stipend for housing and living expenses during the 16 weeks of the program. Students can finance their tuition and don't need to begin repayment until after finding a job.
In PersonFull Time60 Hours/week15 Weeks
Following 16 weeks of intensive training, our students graduate as Java engineers, with an Oracle Java SE7 Certification in hand. At codeU, we provide the curriculum, teaching and holistic support systems to empower our graduates to perform with both efficiency and effectiveness in today's technology job market. Our flipped classroom and empathy-centric teaching approaches distinguish us from our peers. We constantly push our students to think like software engineers, while equipping them with the skills they need to meet unknown challenges ahead.
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- Partner with Skills Fund.
- All accepted students are eligible for housing and living expenses stipend
- Minimum Skill Level
- Placement Test
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