Per Scholas offers 10-15-week, intensive courses in Full Stack Java Development, Software Engineering, Cybersecurity, Cloud DevOps, and IT Support in 17 cities across the US. Per Scholas training programs are designed to connect local talent with technology employers by preparing motivated adults from overlooked talent pools for rewarding tech careers with no-cost training powered by corporate partners. Throughout the training courses, Per Scholas works with learners on technical skills and professional development to prepare them for positions and interviews with their employer partners. After graduation, Per Scholas connects learners directly to jobs at employer partners. Per Scholas continues to provide ongoing career coaching, networking opportunities and career services support for up to 2 years post-training.
In order to apply, Per Scholas candidates must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma/equivalent or higher, and be authorized to work in the United States. Applicants should have a passion for technology, and be able to commit to full-time training.
Per Scholas courses are 100% cost-free to the learner, which means there are no fees before, during, or after the courses. Per Scholas covers tuition, materials, and the cost of certifications when applicable. The training is full-time and intensive, and requires strict attendance and a commitment to studying, so there is an opportunity cost, including time, transportation (when in-person), meals, and in some cases, professional business attire.
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Where does Per Scholas have campuses?
Per Scholas has in-person campuses in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Newark, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Seattle, and Washington.
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Does Per Scholas offer scholarships or accept the GI Bill?
Yes, Per Scholas accepts the GI Bill!
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