Let's work together to get you a job.

Our Career Services team is committed to help prepare you to become a no-brainer hire. Our proven framework is available to all our graduates providing up to 6 months of dedicated 1-on-1 career coaching, hundreds of articles and resources in our Career Prep curriculum, access to our nationwide hiring network, and more.

Where do our grads work?

Our grads have gone on to land jobs at companies big and small across the world.

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How does a Career Coach work with you?

Step 1 → Meet your dedicated Career Coach

Your Career Coach will be your 1-on-1 partner and guide, and you'll kick things off as you approach graduation.

Step 2 → Build your online portfolio and brand

Together, you'll build and refine your own personal brand, develop a credible digital presence, and conduct interview practice — this way, employers will know who you are and why you're valuable.

Step 3 → Drive a structured job search with your Career Coach

Once your materials are ready, and you kick off your job search, you'll meet regularly to connect on your progress and tailor your job search approach to help you find somewhere you'll thrive.

Step 4 → Land your new job

We've helped thousands of graduates find jobs, all based on tried-and-true job search structure that ensures you put your best foot forward.

What alumni are saying about our Career Services team

Anna Wijetunga, Associate Software Engineer at aware3

"My coach Ben was the most valuable part. He was my cheerleader, my motivation and my support throughout — without fail."

Emily Harber, Developer at Shopify

"Having someone to consistently keep me accountable, remind me of what I've accomplished and how capable I was/am, and the support of someone to help me make decisions when I felt unsure."

Lillian Bitner, Software Engineer at Talagent

"My meetings with Matylda were so helpful, especially once my materials were ready and I actually started job searching. Additionally, all mock interviews and resume work helped enormously."

Our graduates get hired by industry leaders

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Join fellow alumni who've begun new careers and changed their future forever

Sang, Product Engineer at Ambassador

Meet Sang, who combined his love of theatre with his love of code and found his community at Flatiron School.

Christine, Fullstack Engineer in FinTech

Meet Christine, who had no previous tech experience and, five years later, is a thriving fullstack engineer in financial services.

Scarlett, Software Engineering Apprentice at Lyft

Meet Scarlett, who reminds us that no matter how many times you fall and how exhausted you might feel — there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel.

Ed, Developer at Rent the Runway

Meet Edward, who graduated from Flatiron School and built Rent the Runway's return app using React.

Lucy, Software Engineer at Birdie

Meet Lucy, nearly doubled her salary, bought a house, made lifelong friends, and — most of all — changed her outlook on life.

A clean sweep: Awards in all categories

Awarded Best Online Bootcamp, Best Coding Bootcamp, Best Data Science Bootcamp, and Best Cybersecurity Bootcamp for Q1 2020 by Career Karma.

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Employer Partnerships

The Flatiron School Career Services team exists to help get you hired. We do this in two ways:

  • Empowering stand-out job-seekers to learn to be no-brainer hires → this is what your Career Coach does!

  • Building a nationwide network of hiring partners → this is what the Employer Partnerships team does!

What is the role of Flatiron School's Employer Partnerships team?

To advocate for & enable a talent pipeline between employers and Flatiron graduates.

Your Career Coach is your dedicated, 1-on-1 partner through every step in your job search. Behind-the-scenes, the Employer Partnerships team is working to build partnerships that present career-launching job opportunities for our students.

How does Flatiron School's Employer Partnerships team work with employers?

When an employer contacts us to fill a role, the first step the Employer Partnerships team takes is to understand the ideal candidate for the employer based on the company’s tech stack, team structure, values, and any professional backgrounds that may be relevant. Think of the Employer Partnerships team as a matchmaker. They share “resume books” with employers based on these ideal candidate characteristics, and the employer then selects who they would like to interview.

By presenting right-fit candidates to these employers and providing seamless hiring processes, the Employer Partnerships team creates loyal employers who come back to hire from Flatiron again and again.

How does Flatiron School's Employer Partnerships team work with graduates?

Interviews Whenever an employer selects a graduate from the resume book to move forward in their interview process, the Employer Partnerships team will facilitate an introduction between the candidate and the employer.

Events The Employer Partnerships team also invites employers to participate in or present at various events, including webinars or Lunch & Learns, informal networking events, office field trips, or Graduation Showcases where students present their capstone projects. Events vary city-to-city and may change based on time of year.

How can a student distinguish themselves for the Employer Partnerships team?

The real question is: How can students distinguish themselves for employers! Ultimately, employers select which graduates to move forward in interview processes — the Employer Partnerships team can make the match, but it’s up to our graduates to close the deal.

What percentage of graduates gets jobs through Flatiron School's employer network?

This varies by cohort, discipline, and market. What is true across all markets is that students drive their own job searches with the support of their career coaches. While our employer network is robust, our most successful job-seekers are active job-seekers – working hard to make their own connections and creating opportunities for themselves.

What types of companies does Flatiron School's Employer Partnerships team typically work with?

All types of companies, ranging from small start-ups to large organizations, and spanning across industries.

What types of roles does the Employer Partnerships team identify?

Job titles may vary, but the Employer Partnerships team vets opportunities that align with the skills that our students learn in their program — whether software engineering, data science, or cybersecurity. The Employer Partnerships team identifies full-time paid opportunities, which may include salaried roles, contract roles, or paid internships or apprenticeships.

How can a student optimize their candidacy?
  1. Master the technical skills taught in the program.

  2. Keep learning & honing their technical skills even after the program (including completing the Post-work curriculum!).

  3. Be kind, communicative, open-minded, & positive.

  4. Be a great citizen of the Flatiron community by responding promptly & politely to employers, Employer Partnerships team members, and Career Coaches.