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By Tech Elevator’s Director of Admissions, Kalyn Breneman There are dozens of coding bootcamps you’ll come across in your research promising high-paying jobs after graduation. But did you know that […]
What kind of bootcamp curriculum can take you from tech zero to tech hero? We break down our capstone projects to clue you in.
What’s it like to go through a coding bootcamp? We put our own program’s first week under a microscope to show what you can expect.
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Tech Elevator releases its 2021 Annual Alumni Status Report.
Offering more financial flexibility, Tech Elevator coding bootcamp’s Income Share Agreement (ISA) allows students to pay tuition once they land a job.
What factors go into choosing a coding bootcamp? Hear from Kaylee, a recent Tech Elevator National Live Remote graduate on why she chose Tech Elevator.
Differential host and Drive Capital co-founder, Chris Olsen, "Our guest this episode is Anthony Hughes, who is the CEO and co-founder of Tech Elevator. As many of you probably know, there are a lot of coding boot camps out there, but Tech Elevator is truly a world class performer in the space. This was one of our all time favorite interviews. I think you're going to enjoy it!"
Since 2012, coding bootcamps have become a valuable resource for individuals looking to transition to a career in tech. There are approximately 100 coding bootcamps operating in the US, which represent over 23,000 graduates (source: Code.org). Industry sites such as Course Report and SwitchUp have provided bootcamp rankings, but they have not taken into account objective measures of quality. In looking to provide a reliable ranking of coding bootcamps, it makes sense to turn to the most credible and transparent data source in the industry: CIRR, the Council on Integrity in Results Reporting.
In an industry where placement outcomes are everything, and transparency and consistency of reporting is a huge and growing focus, the weaker players are going to fail. It's a process of natural selection that is ultimately good for students, and for employers.