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Springboard is an online coding school offering online, flexible, mentor-led courses including the Data Science Career Track, UX Design Career Track, and Machine Learning Career Track (all offer job guarantees). While learning cutting-edge digital skills entirely online, students receive teaching and mentorship from industry experts. Springboard offers a number of self-paced, mentor-led workshops, plus a full Data Science Career Track program. The Data Science Career Track includes a deferred tuition option, so students can enroll for a small deposit and finish paying after starting a job. In all of Springboard’s self-paced courses, students develop job-ready skills that display industry-worthy capstone and portfolio projects. Throughout the entire process, students receive support from their industry mentor, as well as Springboard's resident advisors and the larger student/alumni community. Springboard combines expert-curated curricula with one-on-one mentorship. Springboard has served thousands of students from around the world.

To apply, applicants fill out an online form, take an aptitude test, then talk with a school representative about their background and motivations. For the data science career track a background in statistics and/or programming is required. For the UX career track, students should have academic or professional background in user design or development-oriented fields.

All graduates receive 1:1 career coaching including networking tips, resume and LinkedIn assistance, interview prep, and salary negotiation. Graduates go on to considerable success: those who accepted new jobs reported an average annual salary increase of $19,919. And because of the job guarantee, students who don’t find a job within six months of graduation receive a full refund.

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  • Data Analytics Career Track

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    Python, Data Visualization, SQL, Excel, Data Analytics
    OnlinePart Time15 Hours/week
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$5,500
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Become a data analyst in six months, job guaranteed! Through this course, developed in partnership with Microsoft, you’ll master the technical and business thinking skills needed to get hired. In addition to learning fundamental business statistics concepts, key tools (like Excel, SQL, Python, Power BI, and Tableau), and advanced analysis techniques, you’ll develop your problem-solving skills—something hiring managers told us most job applicants lack. Two capstone projects will allow you to bring all of your skills together, becoming the center of a powerful portfolio. And you’ll do it all with the guidance of your personal mentor and career coach, plus support from your fellow students and Springboard alumni.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partner available: Climb Credit

    Deferred tuition plan: Pay $500 and the rest when you get a job.
    Tuition Plans$5,500 upfront or $1,100 monthly payments, or deferred tuition plan.
    Refund / GuaranteeBecome a data analyst. Job Guaranteed.
    Scholarship$500 scholarship for veterans and women in tech.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill Level2 years of professional work experience working regularly with office, design or programming tools. Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
    Prep WorkNone
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Data Science Career Track

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    MySQL, Data Science, Git, Python, SQL, Machine Learning, Spark
    OnlinePart Time20 Hours/week26 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$7,500
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Get a job, or your money back, through Springboard’s mentor-guided online bootcamp. With our job guarantee, if you don’t land a job within six months of graduating, your tuition will be refunded. Students will master the data science process, from statistics and data wrangling to advanced topics like machine learning and data storytelling, by working on real projects designed by industry experts. With the guidance of your personal mentor and career coaches, you will graduate with an interview-ready portfolio and a network of data scientists. We won’t stop there. We know that career transitions are hard, and we’ll support you every step of the way—until you get hired.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partner available: Climb Credit

    Deferred Tuition available: Pay $700 and the rest when you get a job.
    Tuition Plans$1490/month or $7,500 upfront or deferred tuition plan.
    ScholarshipWomen in Tech Veterans
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelComfortable programming and comfortable with statistics.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewNo
  • Data Science Career Track Prep

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    Data Science, Python, Data Visualization
    OnlinePart Time15 Hours/week6 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$490
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Need more prep before you begin the Data Science Career Track? In this mentor-led course, you'll spend 4-6 weeks mastering the foundational Python and statistics skills needed to pass the admissions challenge and start your career. This course was designed specifically for go-getters who want to enroll in our Data Science Career Track, but who need an introduction to, or a refresher in, Python programming, statistics, or other core data science concepts. With guidance from your personal mentor, you’ll finish the course having learned how to use Python to complete real-world coding exercises. You’ll also be able to ace our Data Science Career Track admissions challenge and begin your data science journey.
    Financing
    DepositNone
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginnger
    Prep WorkNone
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Machine Learning Engineering Career Track

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    Python, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence
    OnlinePart Time20 Hours/week26 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$7,940
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Fast-track your machine learning career through our mentor-guided, hands-on machine learning engineering course—the first to come with a job guarantee. Our curriculum, designed for people with software engineering experience, is rigorous and deeply technical, teaching the foundations of machine learning and deep learning. But it’s also hands-on. Of the 400 hours of work we estimate it will take to complete this course, 100 hours go toward capstone projects. You’ll build and deploy large-scale AI systems—with guidance from your mentor, an experienced machine learning engineer currently working in the industry.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partner available: Climb Credit
    Tuition Plans$7,940 upfront $1490/month Climb Credit Loan
    Refund / GuaranteeJob Guarantee. Get a job after 6 months or get your money back.
    ScholarshipWomen In Tech: $750 Veterans: $750
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelN/A
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Software Engineering Career Track

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    HTML, JavaScript, jQuery, React.js, Front End
    OnlinePart Time20 Hours/week36 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$8,500
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Launch your career as a software engineer with 1:1 mentorship, career coaching, and a job guarantee. If you don’t land a job within six months of graduating, your tuition is refunded. We’ve partnered with legendary coding instructor Colt Steele to develop a cutting-edge curriculum covering everything from Python and SQL to the latest JavaScript frameworks that employers are hiring for, React and Node. As part of the course, you’ll build your own production-ready web apps to showcase to employers. You’ll also be paired with a personal mentor, an experienced software engineer currently working in the industry, who will guide you throughout the course.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partner available: Climb CreditPay $500 upfront. Then make low monthly payments of
    $61-121 during the course, and $346-380 for 33 months after.
    Tuition PlansOne-time Upfront Payment: $8500 Month-to-month: $1,150/month
    Refund / GuaranteeLand a software engineering job in 6 months of graduating or get a full tuition refund.
    ScholarshipWe offer a $750 scholarship for women in tech and veterans.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelPrerequisites: JavaScript fundamentals & programmatic problem solving skills. Recommended: HTML & CSS fundamentals
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • UI / UX Design Career Track

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    Data Visualization, Design, User Experience Design
    OnlinePart Time20 Hours/week39 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$8,200
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Want to break into the tech and have a creative impact? Even if you have no previous design or tech experience, you can become a UI or UX designer in 9 months, equipped to own the product design process end-to-end. With our guarantee, if you don’t land a job within six months of graduating, your tuition will be refunded. The course curriculum is ideal for those looking to career transition from non-design related backgrounds. You'll learn to apply design tools and concepts in the context of real-life design problems. Receive rigorous training from user research and wireframes to high fidelity mockups and working with developers to implement them. Build your confidence and a stellar portfolio curated from hands-on projects with clients. You have the flexibility to study online whilst working full time. Plus get 1-1 expert mentor support and a dedicated career coach to ensure your success throughout your journey.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partner available: Climb Credit

    Deferred Tuition: Pay $700 upfront, and the rest when you get a job.
    Tuition Plans$1099/month, $8,200 upfront, or deferred tuition
    Refund / GuaranteeJob Guarantee
    Scholarship$750 for women and veterans
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelAll backgrounds are welcome as long as you can demonstrate strong visual, creativity, and communication skills.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewNo
  • UX Career Track

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    Data Visualization, Design, User Experience Design
    OnlinePart Time15 Hours/week26 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$5,400
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Become a UX designer in six months, job guaranteed! The UX Career Track is an intensive user experience course with a full career services component. With our guarantee, if you don’t land a job within six months of graduating, your tuition will be refunded. This self-paced, mentor-guided, online bootcamp is designed for people with adjacent skills from a few specific backgrounds: visual design, coding, marketing, and research. With the fundamentals already in place, you'll master design thinking, develop cross-functional communication skills, and create real-world projects that you can show off in a unique portfolio. After graduation, you’ll continue to enjoy the support of career coaches and access to our employer network so that you can land an entry-level UX job.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partner: Climb Credit

    Deferred Tuition: Pay $500 upfront, and the rest when you get a job.
    Tuition Plans$1199/month, $5,400 upfront, or deferred tuition
    Refund / GuaranteeJob Guarantee
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelAcademic or professional experience in user design or development oriented fields.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewNo

1 Scholarship

  • $500 Springboard Scholarship

    Course Report is excited to offer an exclusive Springboard scholarship for $500 off tuition!

    Eligibility

    Offer is only valid for new applicants. Applicants who have already submitted an application cannot claim this scholarship. & This scholarship cannot be combined with other offers.

    Qualifying Courses

    • Data Science Career Track (Online)
    • Machine Learning Engineering Career Track (Online)
    • UX Career Track (Online)
    • Data Analytics Career Track (Online)

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  • Sabrina B. • Graduate
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    As a recent college graduate who found out I wanted to pursue a career in UX my senior year, I researched UX programs that were affordable and provided guidance in creating my first UX portfolio project. Springboard is exactly what I was looking for. I ended the course with a solid undestanding of UX design, portfolio/project that I was passionate about creating, and confidence in my abilities to perform UX research, sketch, wireframe, and prototype. The best part of this program is that you're guided by an industry expert who genuinely cares about you and your success. I highly recommened Springboard and can't thank them enough.

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    I enrolled in Springboard's UX Career Track in April 2019. I was able to finish in eight months and still get the job guarantee. What I liked the most was the one on one weekly mentor calls and the community on Slack. With those tools I was able to have any of my questions answered. Springboard also really prepares you to work in the industry, since in order to be eligible for the job guarantee, you need to pass a behavioral mock interview and a portfolio walkthrough, which are the two types of interviews you have to go through when applying for UX jobs. I am now excited to start my job search and look forward to keeping in touch with everyone on the Slack community.

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    Keith Snyder • Student • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I am rewriting my review as it has been 6 months and still no job. The problem is that the career coaches are always booked up and you cant book a time that works for you. I booked 2 career coach calls within a 2 week period and canceled one of them because I had one booked already. Sometimes the career coach has to reschedule, thats why I did 2 schedules. Not a month later the school emails me that I am no longer eligble for the money back guarantee because I canceled one of my 2 calls. The problem with this Bootcamp school is they dont have enough resources for you and your set up for failure. Also you should try and stick to one career coach as multiple people have different ideas and it messes you up. Like, one said to do this on your resume and the other said to do this. Stick with one that you like. 

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    Philip Sparks • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    This course gives an extremely broad foundation for getting into ML/AI/DS careers. The weekly mentoring is perhaps the best part, and having weekly meetings with an experienced member in the field pays huge dividends, especially as you find yourself changing jobs or feeling like some impostor to the field.
    You will become extremely knowledge about the math and proof of concept stage to getting machine learning-based projects off the ground. I think this is helpful, but could improve in many ways for 2020.
    1. More emphasis on deploying systems and system design. The curriculum delves very little into cloud services (AWS, GCP, Azure), preferring a more open-source based model. I think this is good in general, but machine learning engineers are inevitably going to be using one of these services in their careers. The course gives you credits for AWS, but little attention is paid in the curriculum to its use cases. Given all the time spent in the course, reading other paid material like "Grokking the System Design Interview" shouldn't be necessary if the curriculum is better formed. 
    2. Techniques other than machine learning. It's kind of ironic to ask a course like this to do something other than ML, but knowing when ML is useful and when other techniques are appropriate (from heuristics to Deep RL) does not really get much attention.
    3. More work on data collection. It would be much more helpful if the course explained more further up the pipeline on how to collect, ETL, and store data to make ML possible. It might be an old school way of thinking, but many companies have older data  systems that need to be understood in order to get to the interesting ML portions.

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    This course covers a lot of info in a very detailed manner. You get a wide variety of topics, and you will get a nitty-gritty view of it, too. I appreciate the mentor they give you to get you through it. I had a very helpful one that I met with every week and was very good about answering my questions. You even get some career help, and you can't graduate from the course unless you do some practice interviews. This is were my negative comes in. It was very difficult to even schedule these interviews (and other career advisor meetings that are separate from the mentor ones). The slots were few and filled very quickly. For one practice interview, the person that I was supposed to do it with didn't even show up, so I had to reschedule that one. That was frustrating to me and a mar on an otherwise good course. Other than that, I would recommend it.

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    Springboard did a really good job in putting together all the coursework and materials together. The materials and topics were up to date and quite relevant to the latest trends in machine learning. Even though the coursework and videos might have come from different sources and might seem unstructured, the content was useful and pointed you in the right direction in case you wanted to delve into that subject using resources you found on your own. Hands-on mini-projects for certain topics were crucial in helping gain a practical understanding of the subject matter. The one-on-one weekly meetings with the mentor were an invaluable experience.

    The coursework and videos will take up a lot of your time and sometimes it is hard staying on track, especially while trying to work on the capstone project in parallel.

    Overall, it was well worth the time and effort!

  • Excellent!
    - 11/25/2019
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    Springboard definitely got the job done. Their mentors and career services really make the entire experience.

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    I had done my research into choosing this course, and it is the best school to sign up for if you are working full-time. The curriculum is well-paced and offered a lot of technical coursework to supplement my existing knowledge of product design. The support I received was absolutely fantastic. Everyone was gracious and understanding to my needs. I've also noticed the community has been growing quickly since I've last signed up.

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    I just completed the Data Science Career Track with Springboard. I had a good experience overall. My mentor was very helpful with the two capstone projects. I felt that the curriculum was pretty in-depth, although it would have been nice at some points to get more practice with some of the concepts because it is a lot of information to digest and I feel like over the course of the last few months I have forgotten a lot of what I've learned.

    I do feel like the career support is good because they are actually invested in you getting a job because of the job guarantee. I don't have a job yet but I have had a few phone interviews, and I am optimistic about my prospects.

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    Debisree Ray • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    Pros:
    Nice and organized curriculum, with mini hands-on projects.
    Continuous help from the mentor (real Data Scientist working in industry)
    Remote and part-time. So you can maintain your present job while working on this.
    Opportunity to work on two capstone projects with the help and support from your mentor.
    Career coaches are there to help with your resume/LinkedIn profile, networking, and soft skills.
    Mock interviews to prepare.

    Cons:
    No in house lectures/ they are tied up with Data camp/Khan Academy/ LinkedIn learning mostly for all lectures.
    Everything is remote, so you might lose motivation sometimes, where in-person boot camps are like a real school.
    Not all the mentors are equally caring and helpful.

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    6-month online bootcamp on ML Engineering, which is to put ML models into production, using high software engineering standards for quality, testing, serving, monitoring, documentation, etc.

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    They are one of the crooked so-called educational institutions. I took their course which ensures money back guarantee if I am unable to secure a job within a time frame. I did everything according to their guideline, and now, they are making false accusations to grab my money. I will not let this organization cheat students like this, and I will take every legal actions against them. All the good reviews on internet are simply generated by their robots. They even pay some employers, so that the employers can do fake advertisement of recruiting their students after the completion of the Springboard career-track program. This is such a deceptive and fishy institution ripping off many innocent students in North America. I would never recommend them.

    Response From: Jonathan Heyne of Springboard
    Title: General Manager, Data Courses
    Thursday, Nov 14 2019
    Hi Tannistha,

    I am Springboard’s General Manager of Data programs. Thanks for this feedback. I can completely understand your frustration, we witness almost daily how career change is a challenging journey which requires focused, consistent efforts. That’s why we created a comprehensive career services system that has helped hundreds of students secure new jobs with an average salary increase of over $25,000/year. We are committed (and excited!) to support our students through every step of this journey, and ask for a similar commitment from them.

    For regulatory privacy reasons, I cannot share student-specific information and address your situation on this thread. However, generally speaking, as has been communicated to you over email, in those rare cases where the job guarantee process is not followed despite multiple reminders and exceptions by us, we are simply unable to create the desired outcome for the student single-handedly. When the process is followed, however, it’s been extremely successful (over 50% of our students’ job offers come in before they even finish the course!).

    As any other Springboard student, if you are willing to commit to the process and work with us on completing your career change, you are very very welcome and will receive our full and complete support.

    Best,
    Jonathan
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    Walker Page • Aspiring Data Scientist (currently unemployed) • Student • Verified via LinkedIn
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    A little background: I'm currently about 25% through Springboard's Data Science Career Track program. My professional background is in higher education. I recently completed a PhD in philosophy and have experience teaching undergraduate philosophy courses. I have minimal background in math beyond the high school level, but my philosophy degrees have prepared me for the sort of technical and critical thinking skills used in data science. I'm doing the Springboard program to make a career change. I completed most of Springboard's Data Science Prep Course, which I found helpful, before being accepted into the Career Track program.
    Review: Overall, my experience in the Career Track program has been pretty good so far. My impression is that the quality of one's experience with the program depends largely on the quality of one's mentor. My mentor was initially pretty poor, and I had a difficult time understanding his accent. But I reached out to Springboard early in the program, and they helped reassign me to a new mentor. Thankfully, my new mentor is excellent and has dramatically improved my experience. I'm in a study group with other students, and I've gotten the impression that their mentors are so-so. I have learned a lot so far in the program, and I've been especially happy with Springboard's "customer support" (very friendly and helpful) and career support (they get you started on job stuff early on in the program). A fair portion of the data science curriculum (so far) has consisted of Datacamp exercises. Springboard partners with Datacamp, and students get free access to Datacamp courses. Honestly, I haven't been that impressed with the Datacamp courses. They are helpful for gaining superficial exposure to tools and skills used in data science, but they don't cultivate a deep understanding. I will say that the time estimates Springboard gives (completion in 6 months, working 15-20 hrs a week) are pretty unrealistic. Most of my study group (including me) is working on the course full time, and we are all on track to finish in 5 months (at the earliest), and probably more like 6 months. Unless you already have significant data science experience, don't expect to finish the program in under 5 months, and possibly even under 6 months.
    Overall, given my experience so far, I would probably recommend (pretty highly) Springboard's program to people (depending on their circumstances). I'm happy to discuss my experience with people if anyone would like to know more, especially people with an academic background in the humanities. You can find me on LinkedIn and around the web if you look (e.g. philpeople.org). Feel free to reach out.

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    MEHRETEAB KIDANE • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I was looking for an intense, well-run program that would help me get a job as a data scientist, and Springboard career track absolutely delivered.

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    Brock Nosbisch • Lead Analyst, Enterprise Architecture & Strategy • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    The Springboard Data Science Career Track 6-month course has taught me a lot.  The curriculum is set up very well.  You start by learning Python basics, then go into inferential statistics, machine learning, software engineering, etc.  Throughout the course there are 2 major capstones that you build from scratch.  The links to my projects are below.  I've learned so much but please do not think that you can spend 10 hours a week on the course and complete it.  I spent 3-4 hours every night during the week and some weekend days working on the course.  And I will mention that I did not do the job guarantee since I already enjoy working at my current company so you will need to add more time to do the job guarantee sections.

    Overall I highly recommend the Springboard Data Science Career Track.   It is kind of pricy but they do have payment plans.  I personally did not pay for the course as my company picked up the cost but just remember that you get what you paid for.  


    I can't wait to start applying my knowledge to the real-world!

    Capstone 1: https://github.com/brocknosbisch/Springboard_Capstone_1
    Capstone 2: https://github.com/brocknosbisch/Springboard_Capstone_2
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brocknosbisch/

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    Tabria Williford • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I enjoyed the Springboard UX Career Track program! Haven taken other UX design curriculums, Springboard’s coursework was much more up-to-date pulling a broad range of resources which I appreciated when thinking about real-world application. My mentor has become a life long mentor who was very supportive of my particular UX journey. I enjoyed that capstone and research projects which were more personalized compared to other UX programs I’ve participated in. This allowed me to stay highly engaged throughout the coursework.

    Pros:
    - Self-paced and flexible programming
    - Optimal Resources 
    - Unique project opportunities
    - Responsive Staff

    Cons:
    - It could provide a more compelling and accurate pricing structure that reflects the average completion time for students.

  • Business Analytics
    - 10/20/2019
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    The Business Analytics course was very beneficial for me to understand this career path. I like to analyze data and this course allowed me to analyze data in different ways and by using various tools. You are very fortunate if you have a motivating mentor. I almost always had technical issues with my laptop but my mentor and I were able to overcome those and we managed to still make it work. Apart from technical issues my mentor was very knowledgable and through in his analysis. I learned his excellent presentation style and wish for myself to be as eloquent as him.

    My experience with Springboard was also very good. The various advisors I worked with were accomodating to my challenging situations and worked with me to help me complete my certification till the end. Overall I had a fantastic experience and if I they had more courses that interest me, I would take it in the future and also would tell my dear and near ones about Springboard.

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    As a electronics engineering graduate, I found this program can quickly being you to the data science/analytics field and you can also relate the data to the field you are interested, and translate the data into engineering sense and business sense easily. Thank you springboard, this program really opens my eyes to the data world and business world.
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    As a former clinical lab technician who enrolled in this course, I'd say it is a great learning experience. The inclusion of one-on-one mentoring was very helpful for me since I can quickly contact someone for help and advice on the cirriculum. The emphasis on practical applications makes the material more approachable for newcomers. Overall a great choice for anyone interested in data science careers.

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    Overall great experience with Springboard. It will not disappoint you! They offer so much valuable career help along the way as you are doing the course. That was one of the main reasons I applied with Springboard.
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    The mentor experience is amazing with Springboard. They give you the knowledge you need to know with the class materials, but the real learning happens when you are talking to your mentor about it and getting feedback.

  • UX Career Track
    - 9/23/2019
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    Nancy • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    The Springboard UX Career Track is a great option for a UX design bootcamp if you're looking for something that's not crazy expensive, would like some flexibiity in schedule, and would like some guidance in what steps to take and what topics to learn more about if you're trying to switch career paths into the field of UX. The curriculum is completely online and self-paced, so it is completely feasible to work a full-time or part-time job while completing this bootcamp depending on how much time per day you would like to commit. The weekly mentor calls with a working UX professional and scheduled calls with a career coach are also super helpful. They also offer on-demand mentor calls if you would like to discuss your projects/curriculum more that once a week. The Career Track specifically also offers a six month job guarentee where you get continued career coaching for the next six months after completing the bootcamp as long as you finish all the bootcamp requirements within the set time. Overall, I had a great experience with Springboard! I just finished the bootcamp and am currently job hunting. 

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    Stephania • UX Designer • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    Making the transition from a 10 year career in Marketing to one in UX Design was a big career change for me but I'm happy I've made the jump. Coming from someone with no design experience, the course work was easy to follow and challenging in some areas, but everything was do-able (it just took me a little bit more time to complete).

    In terms of the curriculum, flexibility, staff support, and design projects, I will say that the UX Design Career Track is a well rounded course compared to all of the other online options. I felt guided and supported from start to finish and I'm really thankful I get to have continued career coach support for 6 months after finishing the course, to ensure I find a job. 

    I'm proud of the work I was able to create with the help of my Springboard mentor, and I'm excited to immerse myself in the UX Design world.

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    Josh Maynard • Pretty Maker • Student • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I chose to do the UX Design course with a goal of completing within 3 months. I was lucky to be paired with a mentor with many years of experience and he was instrumental in taking my capstone project to the next level. He was available and flexible to meet my tight deadline for completion and I am grateful for his support through the whole process. The content itself is easy to work through and when I did have a question regarding the curriculum, my mentor was able to quickly answer and clarify. This is a great course for people looking to see a glimpse into the UX process and I think a great starting point! There is so much more to learn of course but I feel I have the real-world skills to start incorporating these into my daily routines as a designer. 

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    azadeh khastoo • UX Designer • Student • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I truly enjoyed this program. their mentors were very knowledgeable and help me to have good portfolio. looking forward to the next chapter finding job!!!

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    Tolga Tuncoglu • Sr. Data Scientist • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I had a statistics degree and moved to the US from a 3rd world country.  My skill set wasn't a good match for the data science community in the States. I needed a boost and found Springboard.

    Unlimited mentoring is a gem. Thanks to all the mentors I have bothered.

    You can ask your questions to  TA's. They say they will return in 24 hrs. It takes more than that but they return for sure.

    Weekly mentor calls feel unnecessary at first but they are almost not enough towards to the end.

    Got my job offer before finishing the course. Definitely, suggest it.

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