Participate in the #ONEDAYDAYONE Challenge
You started with a dream (One Day) and accomplished it (Day One).
Since we opened our doors in 2012, thousands of students have joined Flatiron School to launch new careers in tech — including you.
Celebrating wins, big and small, is a huge part of our #changethings community and all of us at Flatiron School are happy and excited about your success.
Given your incredible transformational journey, you’re invited to join your fellow alumni and take part in our new challenge by showing us your #onedaydayone journey on TikTok.
Share how you, One Day, started with a dream and on Day One accomplished it.
By sharing your story, you can inspire more people just like you — those who want to pursue a better life through education — to one day achieve their dreams too.
Let’s continue to support each other during these challenging times and celebrate our wins. After all, our #changethings community is unique and incredibly special.
A few things to remember
Tag #ONEDAYDAYONE and @flatironschool on TikTok
Get creative and have fun
Show your before (one day) and after (day one) – For example, “I spent 10 years in finance with a dream of becoming a software engineer. 1 year after going to @flatironschool, I landed my dream job at NBA and today I’m a Sr. Web Dev Engineer. #onedaydayone”
Post any images of other people without their consent.
Depict anything untrue or that puts an individual or company in a negative light.
If you don’t want to create your own TikTok account, we can post your videos for you on @flatironschool’s account. Just email email@example.com. For videos, please ensure you record in vertical mode. The videos should be about 15 seconds long.
Disclaimer: The information in this blog is current as of 18 February 2021. Current policies, offerings, procedures, and programs may differ. For up-to-date information visit FlatironSchool.com.
Posted by Shirley Kim / February 18, 2021
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