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Nucamp

Avg Rating:4.77 ( 872 reviews )

Nucamp is a part-time, 22-week full stack web and mobile development bootcamp in underserved communities across the U.S. and online. Nucamp offers a hybrid learning experience where students learn online during the week, and meet in-person with their instructor and classmates on the weekends. Nucamp is on a mission to make quality education affordable with the low cost of online learning paired with the motivation and support offered by in-person bootcamps. Nucamp also offers a 4-week introduction bootcamp teaching the fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as a 17-week front end web and mobile development bootcamp. 

There are up to 12 students per class, and one dedicated instructor. Students learn languages such as Javascript, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, NodeJS, React, React Native, and MongoDB. Students will work in smaller teams of two to four to collaborate throughout the course and receive important feedback. By the end of the program, students will be capable of taking a project from its inception to developing a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and move it to a large-scale implementation.

Admission is open to all. To apply for the bootcamp, complete Nucamp's online registration form. 

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  • Front End Web and Mobile Development

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    HTML, Git, JavaScript, Design, Mobile, User Experience Design, CSS, React.js, Android, iOS, Front End
    In PersonPart Time14 Hours/week17 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$1,480
    Class size12
    LocationWashington, Hybrid (Online & In-person), San Antonio, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Atlanta, Orlando, San Diego, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Detroit, Reno, Baltimore, Sacramento, Marysville, Tacoma, Bellingham, Spokane, Las Vegas, Riverside, San Francisco, San Jose, Irvine, Orange County, Oakland, Online, Seattle, Charleston, Chattanooga, St. Paul
    Express your Creativity and create modern web experience users and employers will love. The Front End Bootcamp will make you job-ready in 17 weeks. - Meet on Saturdays with 12 other students for coding workshops led by an expert instructor - Spend 8 to 14 hours watching online lectures and performing exercises during the week - Engage classmates during the week in an online forum, and collaborate on your portfolio project - Seek guidance and help from the instructor during the week in a private chat Breakdown of our 17 Week Course 1. Front-End Web UI Framework, Bootstrap In this course you will learn how to build websites that can be developed once for all screen sizes using the Bootstrap library. You will learn about grids and responsive design, Bootstrap CSS and JavaScript components. 2. Front End JavaScript Library, React In this course you will learn the #1 Javascript library for building websites: React. You will also be introduced to advanced aspects of JavaScript ES6, React Components and will develop React-Redux based applications. 3. Multiplatform Mobile App Development with React Native This course is where the magic happens! You will learn to update and package the responsive website built using Bootstrap and React and publish it as a true mobile application to the Apple Store or Google Play. Using React Native and the Expo SDK to access all native hardware capabilities of modern phones and tablets.
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    Deposit370
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    Tuition Plans$8/month while graduating
    Refund / GuaranteeAccording to state laws
    ScholarshipYes https://www.nucamp.co/scholarships
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelHTML, CSS and JavaScript
    Prep WorkYou need to have a good working knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. We offer a 4-week course that covers this.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development

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    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$1,880
    Class size12
    LocationWashington, Hybrid (Online & In-person), San Antonio, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Atlanta, Orlando, San Diego, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Detroit, Reno, Baltimore, Sacramento, Marysville, Tacoma, Bellingham, Spokane, Las Vegas, Riverside, San Francisco, San Jose, Irvine, Orange County, Oakland, Online, Seattle, Charleston, Chattanooga, St. Paul
    If you can think it you can make it. Build apps from start to finish. Become a Full Stack web developer in 22 weeks. As a full stack web and mobile developer you will be capable of developing beautiful and complex websites as well as high-performing mobile applications for Android and iPhone. This Bootcamp covers both front-end and back-end web development. - Meet on Saturdays with 12 other students for coding workshops led by an expert instructor - Spend 8 to 14 hours watching online lectures and performing exercises during the week - Engage classmates during the week in an online forum, and collaborate on your portfolio project - Seek guidance and help from the instructor during the week in a private chat. In addition to learning Front-End Web UI Framework, Bootstrap, Javascript, and React you will dive further into Multiplatform Mobile App Development with React Native and Server-side Development with NodeJS, Express and MongoDB. At the end of 22 weeks you will walk away with a strong portfolio of projects that showcase your abilities and talents
    Financing
    Deposit376
    Financing
    Nucamp Fair Student Agreement
    https://www.nucamp.co/financing 
    Tuition Plans$10/month while graduating
    Refund / GuaranteeAccording to state laws
    ScholarshipYes https://www.nucamp.co/scholarships
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelHTML, CSS and JavaScript
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Web Development Fundamentals

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    HTML, JavaScript, CSS
    In PersonPart Time10 Hours/week4 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$349
    Class size12
    LocationHybrid (Online & In-person), San Antonio, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Atlanta, Orlando, Washington, San Diego, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Detroit, Reno, Baltimore, Sacramento, Marysville, Tacoma, Bellingham, Spokane, Las Vegas, Riverside, San Francisco, San Jose, Irvine, Orange County, Oakland, Online, Seattle, Charleston, Chattanooga, St. Paul
    This bootcamp will teach you the essential elements of web page development, covering HTML, CSS and JavaScript. No previous experience of these technologies is necessary. ​First, HTML and CSS are explored. Then the course covers the essential components of JavaScript, including variables, arrays, loops, events and functions, event control and DOM manipulation. This introduction bootcamp will help you discover if web development is for you, and give you the fundamentals to become a web developer.
    Financing
    Deposit349
    Refund / GuaranteeAccording to state laws
    ScholarshipYes https://www.nucamp.co/scholarships
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelN/A
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
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    Spectacular program at an unbelievable price.  I took time off from software engineering and had to put my toolset back together before I could return to the field with the confidence necessary to believe I can do the job.  Nucamp pushed me hard but rewarded me with much more than I paid for.  As someone who used to hire engineers, I know I'd give graduates of this program extra points just for being smart enough not to have paid a fortune for schooling that usually does.  They don't sacrifice quality in any way to remain so reasonably priced.  It's almost too good to believe -- but it isn't.  It's just an outlier with a mission to give back more than it takes.  Bravo Nucamp!  I couldn't have been better served...
  • Nucamp Full Stack
    - 10/31/2020
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    Nucamp is a good alternative  to other expensive bootcamps. It still covers necessary materials, and directs you to the right direction. The whole week students study and practice online. On Saturdays there is a four hour workshop in which the instructor wraps up the material for the week which is very helpful to discuss anything regarding the material. If students have any questions during weekdays, they are still able to contact their instructors via slack mostly. Overall, I am happy with Nucamp. They also have career services which I did not use so far because I am not at that point yet. 
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    Nucamp is definitely a self-learn program that expects a lot of time and energy, but the fast-paced process and scaled difficulty of the program, as well as the "learning by doing" focus make it a wonderful bootcamp. It is not for the faint of heart, but if you are willing to put in the time and effort, Nucamp is probably the best advanced bootcamp for the price you will find (especially with its flexibility of online or in-person courses and with the frequency of cohorts available).
  • Great Bootcamp!
    - 10/21/2020
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    I chose nucamp because it would give me a step by step guide of what I need to know to land a job and provided structure regarding what information was important and what wasnt.  
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       My review for the Web Development Fundamentals course was generally positive, with some caveats. It does give you a nice intro to the 3 basic programming languages of web development(HTML, CSS, javaScript). Overall, the value is decent for an introductory course. I might consider other educational options before diving in further.
        Here's what I liked: My teacher was very knowledgable and generous with his time. I appreciated having a structure of material to learn, moving towards a goal(I feel this can be hard to establish for a raw beginner). The Slack community is awesome(provides exposure to developers at/above your skill level and other instructors not assigned to you to help you through problems). Can't say enough about the positive community. The extra resources provided to you with each lesson(this just really saves you some Googling, but I appreciated this). The price and commitment level is more than reasonable for someone who doesn't know if this is for them. 
        Here's the not so great: The online materials are no better than freely available online resources(maybe worse than some in terms of clarity). The course is a bit rushed and could easily be 1-2 weeks longer to give you enough time to get the basics of this skill. The collaborative coding aspects are not as emphasized as I believe they should be, as working directly with is an essential skill to master when learning to code. You will likely be working on your projects for much of the weekend if, like me, you want them to come out looking good. This isn't really pointed out when you sign up, so plan for that. Also, I found daily hourly commitment needed was understated to understand the material presented. I had to do a lot of supplemental reading, just to get my head around some of the concepts. The CSS portion of the program is particularly cursory, so you will definitely need more instruction in this area(even to get the basics).
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    Great learning experience for beginning in programming. The teachers are very helpful with any questions on the content taught. Awesome structure to the course very easy to keep up with.
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    If you work a full time job and want to learn a new skill with super helpful instructors. I recommend going to Nucamp. They have easy to follow instructions for beginners and the instructor is always there to answer your questions. 
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    Nucamp is a great value for anyone looking to get educated as a software developer.  They offer as full of a program as those costing 10 to 20 times more, with the same or higher quality of instructors and lesson plans.  They are what's needed especially in a time like now, when everything is so closed off, and we have a greater need for quality.  Good on them!!!
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    I am a beginner web designer/developer with a busy lifestyle. putting my web developing skills on the back burner, I lost the drive of coding. So I decided to get back into what I'm passionate about. I found Nucamp and decided to give it a shot.  Nucamp is a great bootcamp to learn web developing and the classes are affordable. I'm looking forward to my next course or bootcamp.

    Thank You Nucamp,
    Anthony
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    I chose Nucamp for a couple of reasons. First, it offered in-person (virtual due to Covid), weekly workshops in a team environment. I tend to be introverted and work alone, but I knew if I made myself work with people, it would help my education immensely. The second reason I chose Nucamp was the cost. Since I am older I could not validate spending tens of thousands on a bootcamp. I also work full-time and I have a family, so I needed to make sure my investment would pan out. So far it has. I have taken many online courses and Nucamp's format is really making a difference for me.
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    I chose Nucamp because they offer flexible learning courses and the price was low compared to other bootcamps.  I like the flexibility we were given during the week, and the assignments were not over the top difficult.  I really liked that there were lots of people including students and instructors that could help you pretty much any hour of the day.  For beginners you learn a lot in a short amount of time but there is plenty of resources and people to help you if you get stuck. 
     
     

Nucamp Outcomes

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75%
Graduation Rate
78%
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Median Salary

Of the students who enroll at Nucamp, 75% graduated. 100% of graduates were job-seeking and 78% 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 1131 graduates included in this report:

180 Day Employment Breakdown:

Full Time, In-Field Employee
69.2%
Full-time apprenticeship, internship or contract position
5.3%
Short-term contract, part-time position, freelance
3.5%
Employed out-of-field
21.9%

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