What to Expect in 18 Weeks at Resilient Coders
Students also work on the skills that make the "whole engineer" during bootcamp. Our staff helps them build on their essential communication techniques, public speaking strategies, best time management practices, professional portfolios, and interviewing skills.
It’s rare that students will land in a role using the exact tech-stack we teach, however, they will strengthen their abilities to learn languages quickly and efficiently, read through documentation, and the necessary skills to solve problems on an engineering team.
As a non-profit organization that provides free training with a learning stipend, we have a mandate to work alongside:
Black, Indigenous, Latinx, AAPI, or identify as POC
Between the ages of 18-35
Residents in the Greater Boston and Greater Philadelphia areas
You have a low income background. We have a specific racial and socioeconomic mandate
You are ready and eligible to work in this country
You can commit to working as a software engineer in the city you applied to immediately following the bootcamp
High school diploma or equivalency. Please note that our program focuses on people who have limited access to traditional educational pathways. About a quarter of our students have a bachelor’s degree, which is roughly consistent proportionally with our minority-majority neighborhoods. Unfortunately, we can’t admit candidates with advanced post-secondary degrees (MBA, PhD, etc).
You watched this free one hour class
You are in the process of completing or have completed the responsive design coursework
Please review eligibility before applying or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
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