4-Month Online Coding Bootcamp
Unlock Your Potential
Our live-remote full-stack developer bootcamp includes three months of coding education followed by a one-month remote internship placement to apply your newfound skills to real-world opportunities. In four accelerated months, you’ll learn back-end and front-end web development — and everything in between. With 640 hours of coding curriculum, our course teaches you to build web applications from the ground up.
Spend three months learning to code full-stack web applications from our expert instructors.
We guarantee a month-long remote coding internship placement with companies across the U.S.
Our Career Services will help you discover your passion, enter the web development workforce, and kickstart your career change with a personalized job search.
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Answer a few questions and see if your career change is pre-approved in minutes. Gain access to resources like not paying until hired, access to cost-of-living expenses, deferring payments three months after graduation, scholarships/discounts, and monthly payment plans.
Get To Know Your InstructorsOur skilled instructors are on a mission to go above and beyond for our students. Loaded with years of tech industry knowledge and experience, they’re the perfect team to give you the tools - and the coding knowledge - to do more, think more, and be more.
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We Take You Beyond The CodeFocusing on just learning specific coding languages will only take you so far. Our full-stack curriculum dives deeper. Teaching you how to understand programming languages, read documentation, grasp syntaxes, overcome error messages, and build web applications.
Unit Two: REACT
Unit Three: Intermediate React
With a strong understanding of the foundations in React, it’s time to take our skills to the next level. We introduce higher-level concepts and build several full-day projects, bringing all these skills together.
Unit Four: Ruby
Ruby is a backend, object-oriented programming language. Here we will cover the fundamentals of the Ruby language and revisit the fundamental concepts shared by many programming languages.
Unit Five: Intro to Postgres and Ruby on Rails Models
Rails is a full-stack framework built into the Ruby programming language. Here we will focus on the model layer of the MVC architecture pattern through a deep-dive into Active Record and persistence storage with Postgres.
Unit Six: Ruby on Rails
In this section, we explore all the Ruby on Rails MVC architecture has to offer. We build our first full-stack application as well as look at how to create
a backend-only Rails application.
Unit Seven: Professional Development Week
Professional Development Week is an entire week dedicated to preparation for internship and the upcoming career transition. Here we leverage LEARN’s Career Services Manager to curate tech resumes, share each student’s portfolio, improve online professional presence, develop networking techniques for every personality, practice technical interview skills, and learn about salary negotiations.
Unit Eight: Cat Tinder! Combining React and Rails
Here we explore our first decoupled, full-stack application. The application will utilize a React frontend and a Ruby on Rails backend, leveraging all the concepts we’ve covered so far.
Unit Nine: React in Rails and Authentication
There are many ways to create a full-stack application. This section uses Ruby on Rails to host React components in a monolithic application. We also introduce Devise, a Ruby gem that allows us to create a user login.
Unit Ten: Capstone Project
The capstone project is the peak experience at LEARN academy. Students work in small groups to create a full-stack web application. Acting as a development team, the students use agile and scrum project management techniques to plan, wireframe, code, and deploy an application.
Across many industries and sizes, we’ve developed relationships with numerous companies.
Coding bootcamp graduates who have been hired through their internship placement.
Internship companies that hire students within the program when looking to hire.
Your First Job Is Just The Start
Your journey does not end once you graduate; it’s just beginning. We provide you with a custom career search plan and support to launch a successful transition into tech and land your first job. Then, when you’re ready to take your career to the next level, we’re also here for you – which is why we offer our alumni career services for life.
New to coding? No problem.
Whether you’re new to coding or have a little bit of experience, we have the resources to get you fully prepared for day one. Our Jumpstart Weekend Coding Bootcamp is the best way to learn coding fundamentals. You’ll also see how our virtual classroom operates and meet some of your instructors. Giving you the most precise picture of what it will be like in our 4-month Coding Bootcamp.
Our application and interview process is designed to ensure our program is the right learning environment and aligns with your career goals.
This will take about 10-15 min of your time, make sure to answer the questions completely. Our application is designed to learn more about why you’re looking for a career change.
The interview will be a Zoom Meeting and will allow us to get to know each other a little bit and ensure this is the right learning environment and path for you.
Jumpstart is our required coding bootcamp prep course. For one weekend, learn and collaborate with your instructors and potential classmates, learning all the skills needed to start our program fully prepared.
Once your Interview is completed, our Enrollment Committee will review your Application and Interview. This process usually takes 1-2 days.
You will be notified once the Enrollment Committee has decided whether you will be accepted into one of our upcoming cohorts.
Once you have been accepted into an upcoming cohort, you will begin the Onboarding process. During this time, we will need to collect some documents, secure your tuition funding, meet your instructors, and start the pre-work materials.
Pre-work, tutorials, and exclusive resources, students get exclusive access to these materials to be fully prepared for day one.
LEARN did require quite a bit of self-study outside of the classroom, but they gave a good foundation for learning to code. The guaranteed 1-month internship was invaluable, as it gave me great real-world experience that led to a full time position immediately after. Although I transitioned into design, I still use the fundamentals of code I learned at LEARN to communicate with developers every day. It’s a huge reason why I was able to successfully break into tech.
It was a great experience, learned a lot about coding! But more importantly learned how to be a better programmer, to learn more programming languages in the future.