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DigitalCrafts

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DigitalCrafts offers full-time and part-time online bootcamps in Web Development, Cybersecurity, and UX Design. All classes are taught online by live instructors, and WeWork memberships are included at no additional charge for students needing a place to study.

The DigitalCrafts curriculum has been designed to effectively challenge beginners and experienced learners alike. Students can expect hands-on exercises, tools, and projects that reflect skills utilized in the workplace today. DigitalCrafts instructors and staff strive to be highly accessible and care deeply about their students.

The DigitalCrafts admissions process begins with an online application and an informal admissions interview. The whole process can be finished in a day, and admissions decisions are typically sent the same day or soon after that.

DigitalCrafts is proud to offer the “You Belong in Tech” scholarship, which awards automatic partial scholarships to underrepresented groups in technology, including all female, Black, and Latinx students. DigitalCrafts offers affordable financing, and installment options make attending class accessible.

DigitalCrafts students can graduate with a polished resume and an established online presence to help them be ready for the job search. Graduates are supported by a Student Success Team dedicated to career readiness and successful job outcomes, and alumni have received offers at many great companies.

DigitalCrafts is part of the American InterContinental University System. The System is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. 

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  • Cybersecurity (Full-Time, Live Online)

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    Start Date July 05, 2022
    Cost$12,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMiami, Online, Chicago, Tampa, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Austin
    Governments and businesses are at a greater risk today of being attacked by cyber criminals than at any point in history. From ransomware to espionage, and everything in between, Cybersecurity professionals are the first line of defense against malicious actors. Train to defend in a variety of highly sought after roles, including entry-level Security Analyst, SecOps Analyst, Risk Assessor, and Junior Security Engineer. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median salary for Information Security Analysts at $103,590, with expected 2020-2030 growth of 33%, further demonstrating the importance of these skills in the modern economy. "Red team," or offensive security professionals, test systems for existing vulnerabilities. "Blue team," or defensive security specialists, focus on securing systems from attack. DigitalCrafts’ curriculum covers both offensive and defensive tools, tactics, and strategies. Students will learn about hardware, operating systems, networking foundations, programming literacy, and will devote the final two weeks towards preparation for the CompTIA Security+ certification. Graduate with a Security+ test voucher in hand, and earn one of the most sought after designations in the security industry. This full-time program is 16 weeks, Mondays through Fridays. Class is consists of live lectures, exercises, and group activities hosted primarily through Zoom, Slack, and the DigitalCrafts LMS. Students may attend online, or at a convenient WeWork location with an included AllAccess WeWork membership. Class hours by time zone: 10am - 5pm EST / 9am - 4pm CT / 8am - 3pm MT / 7am - 2pm PT.
    Financing
    Deposit$99 refundable deposit
    Financing
    Finance tuition with one of our affordable partners. Learn more about tuition payment options on our website.
    Tuition PlansStudents may pay upfront, via installments while in class, or with up to 10-year financing plans.
    Refund / GuaranteeSecure your seat early for additional discounts. Tuition is discounted for next cohort only, typically $15,950.
    ScholarshipAutomatic partial scholarships for underrepresented groups, including all women, Black, and Latinx students.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Prep WorkStudents must complete our Free Intro Course: https://hubs.ly/Q010sdy90
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
    More Start Dates
    July 05, 2022 - Online Apply by June 24, 2022
  • Enterprise Training & Workshops

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    Start Date None scheduled
    CostN/A
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMiami, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Online, Tampa, Dallas, Austin
    DigitalCrafts designs, builds, and executes custom enterprise training and workshops for select clients and individuals across the globe. These custom programs are built from scratch based on our client's needs which can vary across software engineering, mobile development, automated testing, and DevOps. These courses are not open to the general public and are only reserved for full-time employees of our clients. DigitalCrafts has executed software development training programs for clients like Microsoft, ExxonMobil, Capgemini, and Chick-fil-A to name a few.
    Financing
    DepositNot applicable
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    Not applicable
    Tuition PlansEmail hello@digitalcrafts.com for to schedule a call.
    Refund / GuaranteeNot applicable
    ScholarshipNot applicable
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelN/A
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • UX Design (Full-Time, Live Online)

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    Design, Product Management, User Experience Design, CSS, HTML
    OnlineFull Time35 Hours/week14 Weeks
    Start Date July 11, 2022
    Cost$10,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMiami, Chicago, Online, Tampa, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Austin
    "UX Design" is a broad field that encompasses many roles, including User Interface (UI) Designer, User Experience (UX) Designer, Product Designer, and UX Researcher — all of which support the design of products, apps and tools you use every day. A UX Designer utilizes a set of tools and practices rooted in design, psychology, and scientific research to help a business and its customers, often working alongside product managers and engineering teams. Students learn UX design fundamentals, information architecture, UI design, interaction design, and even high level programming literacy. Throughout the course, you'll learn how to do user research, build personas and to create user journeys, in addition to site mapping and mental modeling. The curriculum covers usability testing, wireframes and accessibility, design leadership, and how to put your work together in a way that ensures a smooth handoff to the developers or stakeholders who ultimately implement your vision. UI/UX professionals play a key role in the success of modern products and services, keeping skilled designers in high demand on the modern job market. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median salary for “Digital Designers” at $77,200, with expected 2020-2030 growth of 13%, highlighting the significant gap between employer demand and availability of talent. Our Student Success team is dedicated to narrowing this talent gap with DigitalCrafts graduates. This full-time program is 14 weeks, Mondays through Fridays. Class is consists of live lectures, exercises, and group activities hosted primarily through Zoom, Slack, and the DigitalCrafts LMS. Students may attend online, or at a convenient WeWork location with an included AllAccess WeWork membership. Class hours by time zone: 10am - 5pm EST / 9am - 4pm CT / 8am - 3pm MT / 7am - 2pm PT.
    Financing
    Deposit$99 refundable deposit
    Financing
    Finance tuition with one of our affordable partners. Learn more about tuition payment options on our website. 
    Tuition PlansStudents may pay upfront, via installments while in class, or with up to 10-year financing plans.
    Refund / GuaranteeSecure your seat early for additional discounts. Tuition is discounted for next cohort only, typically $13,950.
    ScholarshipAutomatic partial scholarships for underrepresented groups, including all women, Black, and Latinx students.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Prep WorkStudents must complete our Free Intro Course: https://hubs.ly/Q010sdy90
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
    More Start Dates
    July 11, 2022 - Online Apply by July 01, 2022
  • Web Development (Full-time, Live Online)

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$14,950
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMiami, Online, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Tampa, Dallas, Austin
    Whether you call it web development, software engineering, or simply “coding,” there’s no denying the importance of software and its creators in the modern economy. Succeeding as a developer requires more than just learning one or two languages, it requires a breadth of knowledge best obtained through direct interaction with those who came before you—experienced software engineers with a passion for teaching. While our curriculum focuses largely on full-stack JavaScript, students will learn to think like a developer, independent of any specific technology stack. Learn by doing with hands-on exercises and projects designed to provide real world experience with front-end and back-end web development, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, Node, 3rd party APIs, Git, CLI, responsive design, databases, hosting, and so much more. Graduate with a polished portfolio and dedicated career support. Our alumni work at some of the best companies in tech with titles like Junior Software Engineer, Web Developer, JavaScript Engineer, and Front-end Developer (to name a few). The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median salary for Software Developers at $110,140, with expected 2020-2030 growth of 22%, highlighting the significant gap between employer demand and availability of talent. This full-time program is 16 weeks, Mondays through Fridays. Class is consists of live lectures, exercises, and group activities hosted primarily through Zoom, Slack, and the DigitalCrafts LMS. Students may attend online, or at a convenient WeWork location with an included AllAccess WeWork membership. Class hours by time zone: 10am - 5pm EST / 9am - 4pm CT / 8am - 3pm MT / 7am - 2pm PT.
    Financing
    Deposit$99 refundable deposit
    Financing
    Finance tuition with one of our affordable partners. Learn more about tuition payment options on our website.
    Tuition PlansStudents may pay upfront, via installments while in class, or with up to 10 year financing plans.
    Refund / GuaranteeSecure your seat early for additional discounts.
    ScholarshipAutomatic partial scholarships for underrepresented groups, including all women, Black, and Latinx students.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner or Intermediate
    Prep WorkStudents must complete our Free Intro Course: https://hubs.ly/Q010sdy90
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Web Development (Part-time, Live Online)

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    MySQL, CSS, Front End, Git, HTML, JavaScript, jQuery, Linux, Node.js, React.js, Express.js, Algorithms, Scrum, SQL, Agile, REST, GitHub
    OnlinePart Time10 Hours/week26 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$9,950
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMiami, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Tampa, Online, Dallas, Austin
    Whether you call it web development, software engineering, or simply “coding,” there’s no denying the importance of software and its creators in the modern economy. Succeeding as a developer requires more than just learning one or two languages, it requires a breadth of knowledge best obtained through direct interaction with those who came before you—experienced software engineers with a passion for teaching. While our curriculum focuses largely on full-stack JavaScript, students will learn to think like a developer, independent of any specific technology stack. Learn by doing with hands-on exercises and projects designed to provide real world experience with front-end and back-end web development, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, Node, 3rd party APIs, Git, CLI, responsive design, databases, hosting, and so much more. Graduate with a polished portfolio and dedicated career support. Our alumni work at some of the best companies in tech with titles like Junior Software Engineer, Web Developer, JavaScript Engineer, and Front-end Developer (to name a few). The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median salary for Software Developers at $110,140, with expected 2020-2030 growth of 22%, much faster than average. This format is ideal for the working professional, or students who require a more flexible class schedule. The part-time program is 26 weeks, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, outside of normal business hours. Class is consists of live lectures, exercises, and group activities hosted primarily through Zoom, Slack, and the DigitalCrafts LMS. Students may attend online, or at a convenient WeWork location with an included AllAccess WeWork membership. Class hours by time zone: 10am - 5pm EST / 9am - 4pm CT / 8am - 3pm MT / 7am - 2pm PT.
    Financing
    Deposit$99 refundable deposit
    Financing
    Finance tuition with one of our affordable partners. Learn more about tuition payment options on our website.
    Tuition PlansStudents may pay upfront, via installments while in class, or with up to 10-year financing plans.
    Refund / GuaranteeSecure your seat early for additional discounts.
    ScholarshipAutomatic partial scholarships for underrepresented groups, including all women, Black, and Latinx students.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Prep WorkStudents must complete our Free Intro Course: https://hubs.ly/Q010sdy90
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
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    William Thompson • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    Overall a great and challenging experience. Coding in itself can be very daunting and seem almost impossible to figure out, yet over my 26 weeks at digital crafts I learned not only how to code but how to keep learning. The teachers were knowledgeable and human, by that I mean they understood that we have our own lives and can't always make time to code. 
  • Well worth it
    - 3/5/2021
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    Andrew Bell • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I just graduated from the online flex full stack bootcamp.  Was pretty good.  I'm definitely a better developer now than when I started (I already work in the field), and they provide a lot of support for job search.  Would recommend.
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    Keith Willis • Software Developer • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    I graduated from Digital Crafts in July 2020. I went into the cohort with very little coding experience and just completed the pre-requisites that were assigned before we started instruction. I started my first job as a software developer on August 5th, 2020. So Digital Crafts did supply me the tools and instruction necessary to actually get a job as a programmer. 

    Things I liked:
    My instructor was Mr.Azam and I really enjoyed being in his cohort. His teaching style was great for learning how to code. He would give you the basics and let you struggle with the code and figure out how to make it work on your own before asking for help. I believe this set me up for success in my job because I now have to figure every issue out without any external help. Also Mr.Azam did a good job teaching via zoom even though we planned on doing an in person class. 

    The material I learned was exactly what I am using every day at work. I work in React, Firebase, and node.js. The material they teach is relevant and modern. 

    Career week really helped me set up a decent portfolio and resume to have me confident enough to apply for jobs. Expect to spend hours job searching as they can set you up but you still have to do the searching. I found a job in the last week of class but I also spent 5-6 hours a day applying for jobs. 

    Overall I recommend Digital Crafts but expect to do a lot of work yourself as at the end of the day you get out of it what you put in. 

    Things I didn't like: 
    My only negative thing to say about Digital Crafts was I paid for a full-time in person course. Due to Covid we were unable to go in person until the last few weeks of my cohort. I felt like I didn't get my full tuitions worth as I was looking forward to using the facilities at the physical location and learning in person. I understand it is not the fault of Digital Crafts that covid restricted our in person studies, but I feel as though they should have discounted the price of everyone who was in our cohort. As we weren't provided exactly what we originally signed up for. 



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    Tyler Nguyen • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    Full curriculum that touches all aspects of the coding experience! You'll learn various languages like Python and Javascript while touching on frameworks like React, Node, and much more. They'll teach you to build real world application that you actually deploy! The staff is great and they're always one message away. They have people who can help you with building a resume, finding a job, further help outside of class time, and much more through Slack, a communication platform. The environment is engaging and you never feel left out, regardless of your skill level. All instructors and DIR's (developer in residence) are happy to help with any problems you face. 

    The community you have doesn't go away after you graduate. You'll be moved to an alumni channel where there are always people there to help and designated recruiters finding positions for you. The amount of help you get goes far beyond graduation and that was the best aspect of DigitalCrafts for me.
  • Great Experience!
    - 2/24/2021
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    Andres Santana • Student Verified via GitHub
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    Coding Bootcamps are not an easy thing. I had a great experience at DigitalCrafts. By the time I graduated my classmates became family. I think getting through the struggle together made us a lot stronger. If you are thinking about doing stop, take the decision to change your life. My recommendation is to do the pre-work mainly in Javascript and Node. 
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    Wes Hedrick • Just graduated Verified via GitHub
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    The statement "culture eats strategy for breakfast" means that no matter how good your strategy is, it will not work without a good culture. DigitalCrafts has both strategy and culture. The curriculum is valuable: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, Node, Express, AWS. By the time you're done, you'll be manipulating the DOM, (or the Virtual DOM if you work in React), wiring up backends to create interactive data-based websites, and deploying your work on the internet. You will get the content you so desperately need.

    But with DC you'll get a lot more. The people at DC make the difference. They know you. The instructors and teacher assistants are extremely supportive. Our instructor was dedicated to helping each student get to the next level, and I saw DigitalCrafts make hard decisions that demonstrated their commitment to student success. 
  • A Great Bootcamp
    - 2/19/2021
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    Chad Reynolds • Software Engineer • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I had no prior coding experience except the coursework provided (by DigitalCrafts) prior to starting the class. The course is by nature fast-paced. You learn a lot in 4 months but by the end I felt I had a pretty good grasp of software development and had a great base for further growth as junior level developer. So much of this is just learning how to structure certain things and how to think about a problem and go about solving it. Once you have that ability you can easily pick up additional skills and techniques on your own. Having someone there to be able to easily point out, correct, and explain mistakes you make in the process early on is a big help vs trying to pick it up on something like an online course where you're by yourself. Class was 3 hours in the morning with a 1 hour lunch followed by 3 hours in the evening with nightly homework the first few months that tapered off as we got into project building later in the course.

    I was full-time online due to the covid pandemic and classes were taught via Zoom. Students had the option to go into private rooms on Zoom after a lesson to get clarification on the topic previously covered if needed.

    Pros
    Covered a wide range of topics that are relevant to what is in demand in the industry today with a curriculum that is regularly updated. Instructors very helpful and time was provided outside of class to review what we learned with one of the other instructors.

    Cons
    Course is fast-paced but that's the nature of the learning model and any bootcamp style coding course. We spent a few weeks covering Python at the start but after that we primarily used JavaScript for the remainder of the course. I felt like Python could have better used (or more often) along with Javascript.
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    My experience at DigitalCrafts was great! I had been learning how to code using online resources on and off for about 2 years and after losing a job offer due to Covid-19 I decided to finally take the chance and enroll in a coding bootcamp, so I could learn consistently and pivot to a new career quickly. We had class 3 days a week and we had 2 instructors that would switch teaching a coding concept every 2 weeks.  It was a lot of information to grasp and it was definitely a challenge, but that's what you should expect in a coding bootcamp and I never felt stupid for asking a question.   The curriculum teaches you everything you need to know to start a career as a Software Engineer and you gain the experience working with a team when you work on group projects. 

    I believe we were the first cohort that was fully remote and they did a great job and always asked for feedback. We asked for more office hours and they provided more days that we could get help on assignments outside of class.  And I must say the Career Services Team is awesome. There was a week dedicated to working on resumes and portfolios and cover letters midway through the curriculum which was perfect to get us prepared before we graduated. They are always there to help with your resume and portfolio and they share jobs all the time on the slack channel.  If you decide to enroll at DigitalCrafts make sure you network and connect with the Alumni and reach out on slack or LinkedIn to chat for 20 minutes you won't regret it and you will get some valuable advice.   With any program like this practice makes perfect, so you must do your homework and do side projects along the way.   Also, practice HackerRank and Codewars questions. They are important when you start interviewing.  I'm glad I enrolled at DigitalCrafts and I can't wait to start working as a Software Engineer. I know it will be life-changing for me and my family.
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    Stephen Roach • Fulll-Stack Software Engineer • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    I will preface this review by stating that I was not the most comfortable with doing a fully online Bootcamp at first. The thought of not being able to directly be with the instructors and other students in-person was extremely daunting and I feared that I wouldn’t fully grasp the concepts and eventually get left behind. Given the state of the world at the time, online was the only choice, so I decided to sign up and trust that DigitalCrafts would give me the necessary support needed to succeed. 
     
    The Bootcamp began, and DigitaCrafts was phenomenal from the first day in class to the last. This was their first fully online cohort, but you would have thought online was their jam. I never felt like I was alone, or unable to reach out to someone when I needed help. The class had 2 amazing instructors with a Developer in Residence to also assist when needed. Everything was through ZOOM, and taught just as if it were in-person. The instructors would go over concepts, homework from the class before, and then would break us out into groups to complete certain tasks and projects. Our instructors and DIR were all currently working professionals in the industry, so they were able to give us great insights and taught us the best practices. All of the technologies we learned were very relevant and used at all of the major tech companies. 
     
    From the very first day you are put into this AWESOME slack community that has the entire DC community there. You can reach out to other DC alumni who were always more then happy to help. There are numerous job posting channels that are blowing up your phone with notifications all the time, so there is no shortage of opportunities. 
     
    The entire DC staff was extremely helpful and welcoming. During the already troubling times of the pandemic, there were multiple potential hurricanes in the Gulf and DC constantly reached out to anyone that would have been affected to ensure them that regardless of the outcome of the storm, they were going to be there for us. I will say that when I signed up I expected to have colleagues, but graduated with a family. 
     
    If you are contemplating signing up, take a chance and do it. DC will have your back the entire way. 
  • No Regrets
    - 2/4/2021
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    DigitalCrafts came highly recommended by people I trust. I then looked around at a lot of other options, and ended up coming back here. I don't regret  it. The teachers are committed to the success of their students in a way you don't see often. The team environment of learning and working alongside other students was priceless.
  • 2021 Graduate
    - 1/29/2021
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    Borinquen Rodriguez • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    I participated in the full time immersive program. Because of covid, it was all done online but everything went pretty smoothly for the most part. I fell really lucky to have had Azam as my instructor as his teaching style matched my learning style perfectly. Concrete examples on all the topics and a full review on the next day. All his coding lectures were done live on the spot with the ability to answer questions at any time. Career week was great as well for someone like me who usually struggles with Resumes/Porfolios. Was also lucky to be part of a great cohort with a ton of awesome students
  • 2021 Graduate
    - 1/27/2021
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    2020 was a hard year, and DigitalCrafts adapted to online classes admirably. My teacher, Azam, clearly cared about each and every student in his class, and was always available to help. His advice about how to code and debug was especially useful. We all enjoyed him covering the assignment from the night before at the beginning of lecture. You get out of it what you put into it. Study the pre-work!

DigitalCrafts Outcomes

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Of the students who enroll at DigitalCrafts, 88% graduated. 69% of graduates were job-seeking and N/A of job-seeking graduates found in-field employment after 180 days and report a median income of . Below is the 180 Day Employment Breakdown for 180 graduates included in this report:

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