- Over a 5 week period, starting in July, students spend 30 hours a week (nights and weekends) taking an online class to learn how to code. It costs $250.
- Students attend class together here in Toledo as a cohort, led by a remote Hack Reactor instructor, who is teaching many other students via video conference.
- Local mentors provide a community learning environment, helping students work their way through the coding challenges and assessing their own aptitude and interest in coding.
- After taking the bootcamp prep class, students will have the option to apply for and test into the “full” Hack Reactor remote bootcamp, a 12-week program where graduates are often hired for jobs as full stack developers.
This is Hack Reactor’s pilot in the midwest and they selected Toledo as their test location.
Check out more information at Code City, including details about the program and how to sign up.
If you know of students who might be interested, let them know about this unique opportunity.
If you are an employer who would be interested in tracking the progress of the cohort, or if you are a software developer who would like to mentor, contact us and we will let you know how to get involved.