University of Minnesota Boot Camps
Students will benefit from a wide range of career services to be positioned for success through graduation and beyond. Services include portfolio reviews, resume and social media profile support, high-impact career events, workshops, mock interviews, one-on-one career coaching, and recruiting advice. Upon program completion, students will receive a certificate of completion of the Full Stack Web Development Boot Camp or the Data Visualization and Analytics Boot Camp from the University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Studies and will have a portfolio of projects demonstrating a working knowledge of Web Development or Data Analytics.
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The University of Minnesota Boot Camps are 12 or 24-week, full-time or part-time courses in full stack Web Development or 24-week, part-time Data Analytics courses. The Course Report community is now eligible for a $500 scholarship to the University of Minnesota Boot Camps.
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$500 University of Minnesota Boot Camps Scholarship
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I really enjoyed my experience in the program. I did not have any coding experience before doing this and I received a lot of individual support and attention. I am really grateful for all of the help I got from my instructor and ta team. We had a rough start to class with only one ta, but we ended up working with a great group of people. I liked the group work and the program manager had a lot of helpful resources for me. The class is very hands on and I needed visual resources too. The class does not come with a book or reading materials which is the one real downside to me. I enjoyed the students I was with and had a great time, except for one group project. I ended up with a group member that was a lot of trouble.
The class is intense, but rewarding. The teachers and teaching assistants worked really hard to help me through a few hard times. I really enjoyed the students I took the class with. I got a lot of support from my tutor and student success manager too. I got help prioritizing study hours, homework help, and dealing with the challenges of working full time while I went through this program. Did I mention a lot of work? This program is like taking a second job; you will spend a lot of sleepless nights on your computer, but it all pays off if you get through it. I did the program for my current job, and it qualified for my employer reimbursement program. I got a promotion two weeks after ending the program because I was able to show my supervisor that I had the skills required for the job.
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