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Learn to Code.
Change Your Life.

Become a professional software developer or upgrade your programming skills. Flatiron School is the best place to learn code — either in person or online.

What’s Happening at Flatiron?

Trusted History. Audited Stats.

Since 2012, we’ve been helping passionate people launch careers as programmers. 98% of our students are hired after graduation — a number so high that we decided to have our data independently audited to prove our accuracy. Download our job report for the full story.

  • “We do everything we can… but that’s not why they get hired. At the end of the day, they’re just pretty amazing – those are the kinds of candidates that people want to work with.”

    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
  • “We do everything we can… but that’s not why they get hired. At the end of the day, they’re just pretty amazing – those are the kinds of candidates that people want to work with.”

    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
  • Sofia Pitt: “Demand is high, teachers are scarce and [Flatiron School Founders] Enbar and Flombaum are determined to keep their nearly perfect record of employment post-completion intact.”

Trusted History. Audited Stats.

Since 2012, we’ve been helping passionate people launch careers as programmers. 98% of our students are hired after graduation — a number so high that we decided to have our data independently audited to prove our accuracy. Download our job report for the full story.

  • “We do everything we can… but that’s not why they get hired. At the end of the day, they’re just pretty amazing – those are the kinds of candidates that people want to work with.”

    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
  • “We do everything we can… but that’s not why they get hired. At the end of the day, they’re just pretty amazing – those are the kinds of candidates that people want to work with.”

    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
    • Rebekah Rombom

    • Employer Relations & Placements
  • Sofia Pitt: “Demand is high, teachers are scarce and [Flatiron School Founders] Enbar and Flombaum are determined to keep their nearly perfect record of employment post-completion intact.”

A New Way to Learn

Our custom-built platform, Learn.co, facilitates collaboration and allows students to train with actual developer tools like GitHub and Atom. After graduation, Flatiron students are fully prepared to apply their new skills in real software teams.

  • “While most bootcamps have been focusing on expanding and enrolling more students, we’ve invested a tremendous amount of time in understanding how people learn effectively… Learn, our proprietary platform, is the earliest manifestation of that.”

    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean
    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean
  • “While most bootcamps have been focusing on expanding and enrolling more students, we’ve invested a tremendous amount of time in understanding how people learn effectively… Learn, our proprietary platform, is the earliest manifestation of that.”

    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean
    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean

Work Hard at Work Worth Doing

On campus or online, Flatiron students receive an uncompromising education in programming, with rigorous but rewarding coursework that simulates the challenging responsibilities of a real-world developer. Since our inaugural class in 2012, we have continually honed our curricula with the help of hiring partners such as Google, ESPN, NASA and Kickstarter.

  • “The learning experience at Flatiron was very rigorous and I really appreciated the emphasis on solid fundamentals. Coding bootcamps are often criticized for producing graduates that can build whip together [sic] applications… but lack a deeper understanding of web development. I can assure you Flatiron School does not do this.”

    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
  • “The learning experience at Flatiron was very rigorous and I really appreciated the emphasis on solid fundamentals. Coding bootcamps are often criticized for producing graduates that can build whip together [sic] applications… but lack a deeper understanding of web development. I can assure you Flatiron School does not do this.”

    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
  • Van Jones: “This is a tough, rigorous program – not for the faint of heart. It is an intensive 22-week course – designed to get people ready for careers in a highly-competitive field… if history is any guide, the Fellowship will produce a class of creative, innovative programmers that companies cannot wait to snap up.”

Work Hard at Work Worth Doing

On campus or online, Flatiron students receive an uncompromising education in programming, with rigorous but rewarding coursework that simulates the challenging responsibilities of a real-world developer. Since our inaugural class in 2012, we have continually honed our curricula with the help of hiring partners such as Google, ESPN, NASA and Kickstarter.

  • “The learning experience at Flatiron was very rigorous and I really appreciated the emphasis on solid fundamentals. Coding bootcamps are often criticized for producing graduates that can build whip together [sic] applications… but lack a deeper understanding of web development. I can assure you Flatiron School does not do this.”

    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
  • “The learning experience at Flatiron was very rigorous and I really appreciated the emphasis on solid fundamentals. Coding bootcamps are often criticized for producing graduates that can build whip together [sic] applications… but lack a deeper understanding of web development. I can assure you Flatiron School does not do this.”

    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
    • Sushanth B.

    • Founder of carla.io
  • Van Jones: “This is a tough, rigorous program – not for the faint of heart. It is an intensive 22-week course – designed to get people ready for careers in a highly-competitive field… if history is any guide, the Fellowship will produce a class of creative, innovative programmers that companies cannot wait to snap up.”

What Kind of People Attend Flatiron School?

Our alumni were Corporate Consultants. Dancers. Construction Workers. Administrators. Major-Leaguers. What they share is a determined, fearless approach to life and learning. As developers, their life experiences broaden their perspective, making them even more valuable team members – and leaders.

Meet a few of our graduates

  • Shana Moore: Software Engineer at Qualcomm

    Flatiron Online Graduate, 2016

    • Co-Founder, Girl Develop It San Diego
    • Human Development major and former government contractor admin
    • Shana’s GitHub
  • William Jeffries: Chief Technology Officer, Heatseek

    Flatiron NYC Graduate, 2014

    • Startup entrepreneur helping low-income New Yorkers stay warm
    • Formerly an accountant at PwC
    • Will’s GitHub
  • Suma Reddy: Founder of Waddle

    Flatiron NYC Graduate, 2014

    • Managing Partner at Akula Energy Ventures
    • NYC Co-director of Lesbians Who Tech
    • Presented her company’s beta app at the White House
    • Former Peace Corps; Econ major

Meet a few of our graduates

  • “In our program, we’ve had students up to age of 48, who have been successful in finding a job and changing careers… it might be their first programming job, but for most 40 year olds, it isn’t their first job. Employers love experience, even if it isn’t technical.”

    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean
    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean
  • “In our program, we’ve had students up to age of 48, who have been successful in finding a job and changing careers… it might be their first programming job, but for most 40 year olds, it isn’t their first job. Employers love experience, even if it isn’t technical.”

    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean
    • Avi Flombaum

    • Co-Founder & Dean
  • Rachel L. Swarns: “In an industry that is mostly white and mostly male, [Flatiron] fellows were strikingly diverse. Of the 28 people selected, 16 were women and 14 were minorities, city officials say. Nine were African-American. Eleven of the students were unemployed when they started the course in October. Four didn’t have college degrees.

    ‘It was hard as hell,’ Ms. Eady said.”