Greater Sum implements a flipped classroom model. Students work on group projects during the day, and read and watch video lectures for homework. While students will do plenty of coding, they’ll also step away from the keyboard to learn soft skills in tandem with technical skills.
During the course of the bootcamp, students will benefit from mentoring sessions and workshops on resume writing, building an online presence, technical interviewing and negotiating. Beyond the initial 12 weeks Greater Sum provides ongoing mentoring and support to graduates. Alumni are able to consult with coaches whenever they face a decision developing their career.
Beginners are accepted into the program, and no previous coding experience is required. Greater Sum looks for curious collaborative learners. Interested students can attend a free workshop prior to enrolling in a course.
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