Our D.C. Campus
Located steps away from the White House, our Washington, D.C. campus inside WeWork Metropolitan Square is an accessible and inspiring place to learn to code. While our physical campus is currently closed as a health & safety precaution (see earliest return dates), you can still join our dynamic learning community of D.C. instructors, students and staff by choosing to study on our virtual campus. Check out our FAQ below for more details.
Our grads launch new careers
For job-seeking Washington, D.C. graduates included in the 2019 Jobs Report including full-time salaried roles, full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, and freelance roles, and part-time roles during the reporting period (see full Jobs Report here).
For job-seeking Washington, D.C. 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 $38/hr (see full Jobs Report report here).
Students work in close proximity, allowing ideas to form through collaboration – and fast friendships to grow among classmates.
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.
Washington's biggest buyer of tech is the federal government, but the makeup of D.C. innovation is diversifying and changing every day. The private tech sector continues to grow and attract both startups as well as large companies like Amazon HQ2.
Since we opened our doors, thousands of students have joined us to launch new careers in tech. Start your next career as a software engineer, data scientist, or in cybersecurity today.
Where our grads work
Meet the team
Josh grew up on a ram-breeding farm in New Zealand and began his career as a corporate lawyer. After a stint in management consulting, he co-founded a private equity investment marketplace. He then moved to the US, and joined Flatiron School in 2017.
Alison has private and public sector experience as a statistician, consultant, and Data Scientist. She’s taught data mining and built curriculum at Carnegie Mellon for the Masters of Science in Information Technology students.
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Questions about our D.C. programs?
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