Our Denver campus is the perfect place for those looking to get their start and break into the tech industry. You'll be surrounded by instructors and colleagues who support and challenge you, and upon graduation will be qualified and ready to join on the country’s fastest-growing tech hubs.
Our students challenge and energize one another. They push each other to do more, think bigger, and go further than they ever could on their own.
We’re committed to helping you secure a career. Our proven job search framework features 1:1 sessions with a dedicated Career Coach and a robust employer pipeline. Learn about our job placements here.
Our Denver grads launch new careers
Our latest Jobs Report offers numbers examined by an independent third party so you know that when you invest in Flatiron School, you invest in an education you can trust.
For job-seeking Denver campus graduates included in the 2020 Jobs Report including full-time salaried roles, full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, and freelance roles, and part-time roles during the reporting period (see our Jobs Report).
For job-seeking Denver students who accepted full-time salaried jobs during the reporting period and disclosed their compensation. The average starting salary for students who took full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance roles and disclosed compensation was $26/hr (see our Jobs Report).
Our Denver courses
Our immersive program — on-campus and online — has one goal: to help you launch a new tech career. As you're learning to become a software developer, our Career Services team is there to help you land that first job.
Where our grads work
Meet the team
Kyle is the lead instructor teaching Flatiron School Denver's Software Engineering classes. He combines a lifelong passion for education with a background in business leadership and software development to help students live the lives they want.
Damon is one of Flatiron School Denver’s Software Engineering coaches, helping students change their lives through code — first through the Admissions technical assessment process and then in the classroom. He is a software developer and an all-around creative with a passion for arts and design.