Flatiron School Launches New Campus in Denver
Flatiron School is excited to announce the launch of our new campus in Denver. This will be the second campus on the West Coast and eighth Flatiron School campus following the launch of the Seattle campus in September. Flatiron School is proud to join Denver’s thriving tech landscape filled with innovative and growing companies across […]
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Flatiron School is excited to announce the launch of our new campus in Denver. This will be the second campus on the West Coast and eighth Flatiron School campus following the launch of the Seattle campus in September. Flatiron School is proud to join Denver’s thriving tech landscape filled with innovative and growing companies across the city. “We’re thrilled to become part of Denver's authentic, open, and flourishing tech community,” said Adam Enbar, CEO and co-founder of Flatiron School. “By providing an easier pathway for Denverites to change their careers, Flatiron School will help our graduates and the many Denver companies in need of tech talent thrive.” Flatiron’s Denver campus will be located at WeWork’s 3601 Walnut Street location. The Denver campus will be home to our flagship Immersive Software Engineering Bootcamp. To date, the software engineering bootcamp has helped thousands of students change their careers and transform their lives through code. In just 15 weeks, students learn how to think like a software engineer using real developer tools. Not only do our students become software engineers, they become lifelong learners who can adapt and lead alongside the industry.
In fact, 99% of job-seeking Full Stack Web Development Immersive (now called Immersive Software Engineering Bootcamp) students in the most recent NYC Outcomes Report who took full-time salaried roles, paid apprenticeships, and part-time roles during the reporting period (see the Outcomes reports here). Our alumni in Denver are proud to call the city home and are excited about the tech scene. Remmy C., who recently moved from Sydney to start a new career as a Denver software engineer, and Sergio M., a Las Vegas bartender who's now a software dev in the city, are both enthusiastic about the city's tech future. “It’s somewhere I would choose to live. It’s a great city with a really strong, emerging tech scene,” Remmy said.Since 2012, Flatiron School’s mission has been to enable the pursuit of a better life through education. Each new campus helps remove a barrier to a quality education and enables a more inclusive tech community to flourish in each city. Denver joins Seattle, Atlanta, NYC, Brooklyn, Washington D.C., Houston, London, and our Online campus.Flatiron hosts free events in Denver to celebrate the launch of Flatiron School Denver campus. All of our Denver Meetups are free and open to everyone in the city. We regularly host Women Take Tech panels, informative sessions with alumni, and code workshops. We hope to see you at a Denver Meetup in the near future!
Posted by Flatiron School / November 13, 2018
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