Launching in 2015, Cleveland is home to our first campus. After many years of contributing to the tech community, we continue to graduate qualified tech talent helping to fill the nearly 5,000 open technology jobs in our region. We're proud of our student success and love seeing our graduates now working in software developer roles at leading companies. 

If you or someone you know may be interested in learning to code, we're enrolling now for our summer and fall bootcamps. Learn more about our program and the Cleveland campus at an upcoming Open House or #learntocode Meetup. If you're ready to take the first steps in the admissions process, take our initial aptitude test below to see if coding is a good fit for you. 

 

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Grow Your Skills in a Hot City

You've likely heard of Cleveland in the news over the last 18 months, from being featured as a top destination to live to now 2016 NBA Champions. Our program is housed in the center of the city surrounded by endless eateries, energy and of course, coffee. With a low cost of living, thriving city life and development boom, Cleveland is a great place to call home.

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We planned Tribe Hackathon with the Cleveland Indians and Progressive Insurance, bringing the tech community together to build apps around America's favorite pastime. 

Join 1,300+ other techies in our #learntocode Meetup Group

We believe that having a relationship with the local tech scene in Cleveland is a way to foster growth for our region. Each month, we host coding and career events at our space to bring our community together. We're also proud to partner with local organizations who partner with us on important initiatives like Tribe Hackathon and Tech Week.  

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