Eleven Fifty Academy is a non-profit coding and cybersecurity bootcamp headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana offering a range of courses from 12-14 week full-time bootcamps to 24-week part-time programs. Eleven Fifty Academy is focused on helping aspiring career-starters with little to no experience as well as tech professionals seeking to enhance their skills. Each course provides a hands-on, project-centric teaching approach for students to grow their soft skills as well as their tech skills in a friendly, entrepreneurial-minded classroom environment. In-person classes are taught at Launch Fishers as well as Downtown Indianapolis.
The Cybersecurity program includes hands-on training both attacking and defending on a military-grade simulated cybersecurity training range. Students will learn how to conduct and stop cyber attacks, as well as be prepared for an entry-level job in the industry. Students work towards their CompTIA Security+ certification in this program.
The Software Development program gives students the skills to become successful Microsoft .NET software developers. Students will create and deploy web pages, develop full stack applications, and learn modern frameworks and libraries. Students will learn HTML, CSS, .NET, MVC, and REST.
Eleven Fifty Academy offers career prep to their students, including finalizing portfolios, resume and LinkedIn assistance, and offering guidance on professional networking. All programs offered by Eleven Fifty Academy are continuously guided and critiqued by industry advisory boards composed of hiring managers, influencers, and decision makers within the tech ecosystem. Eleven Fifty Academy offers a variety of funding options, including private loans, GI Bill funds, Progressive Income Share Agreements (PISA), and scholarships.
I learned not only about Java, but also how all kinds of different technologies work together to create web applications.
John Qualls of Eleven Fifty Academy
Apr 20, 2017
Initiallly took the Intro to Coding class, enjoyed it even though the instructor Ari was a little bit of a smart jackass. Besides that I enjoyed the material I was learning and thought I could try coding out as a career. I enrolled in the Java ALP in September and enjoyed it thoroughly learning many skills that people don't normally have. The curriculum was pretty good but sometimes felt like there could be more. It was really about teaching the core aspects of the language we were learnin...
Initiallly took the Intro to Coding class, enjoyed it even though the instructor Ari was a little bit of a smart jackass. Besides that I enjoyed the material I was learning and thought I could try coding out as a career. I enrolled in the Java ALP in September and enjoyed it thoroughly learning many skills that people don't normally have. The curriculum was pretty good but sometimes felt like there could be more. It was really about teaching the core aspects of the language we were learning then building simple console applications with what we learned in class. I felt like the course should be a little bit longer considering all the information they throw at you and most people can't absorb information that fast and produce a quality program in that timeframe but it is a "bootcamp". They don't offer apprenticeships anymore and after graduating your job hunting on your own without too much help or guidance on who to talk to. Some people out of my cohort got jobs right away while others changed fields or got another internship somewhere else. They are still building their relationships with potential employers and the community to know that they are producing quality talent.
John Qualls of Eleven Fifty Academy
Apr 20, 2017
I loved the courses. I literally went from knowing very little about code to being capable of getting a full-time job. Really grateful for these courses!
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How much does Eleven Fifty Academy cost?
Eleven Fifty Academy costs around $18,000. On the lower end, some Eleven Fifty Academy courses like Free Introductory Courses - Coding or Cybersecurity cost $0.
What courses does Eleven Fifty Academy teach?
Eleven Fifty Academy offers courses like Cybersecurity 14-Week Bootcamp, Cybersecurity 24-Week Bootcamp, Free Introductory Courses - Coding or Cybersecurity, Software Development 12-Week Bootcamp and 1 more.
Where does Eleven Fifty Academy have campuses?
Eleven Fifty Academy has in-person campuses in Indianapolis. Eleven Fifty Academy also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.
Is Eleven Fifty Academy worth it?
The data says yes! In 2018, Eleven Fifty Academy reported a 100% graduation rate, a median salary of $51,750, and 81% of Eleven Fifty Academy alumni are employed. Eleven Fifty Academy hasn't shared alumni outcomes yet, but one way to determine if a bootcamp is worth it is by reading alumni reviews. 147 Eleven Fifty Academy alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed Eleven Fifty Academy on Course Report - you should start there!
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Is Eleven Fifty Academy accredited?
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