Where would you like to be in 10 years?

Join us as we look back at the last 10 years of Flatiron School and reflect on what the next decade might hold.

Flatiron School is Founded

In 2012, Flatiron School was founded by Adam Enbar and Avi Flombaum, to enable pursuit of a better life through tech careers.

Students sit at two rows of desks with laptops and monitors. A large wall graffitied with various company values provides a colorful backdrop.

Partnership with the City of New York

In 2013 Flatiron School became the first bootcamp to partner with the government. We worked with the City of New York to create The NYC Web Development Fellowship to increase access among underrepresented groups in tech.

Group photo of the first New York City Web Development Fellowship class

A New Standard of Transparency

In 2014, we became the first bootcamp to release an independently examined jobs report, setting the standard for transparency and excellence in educational results.


Remote Learning, White House Partnership, and Kode with Karlie

In 2015 we took our classroom online, expanding access to our programs.

We also partnered with the White House on the TechHire Initiative.

We also launched our first Kode with Karlie summer class for young women in high school, awarding 21 scholarships. This program evolved into Kode with Klossy and has since awarded over 12,000 scholarships.

NYC Web Development Fellowship

Flatiron School Announces the NYC Web Development Fellowship for Foreign-Born New Yorkers.


Flatiron School Celebrates Five Years

In 2017, we celebrated five years by introducing the Future Founders Scholarship.

Flatiron School for Enterprise

In 2018, Flatiron School for Enterprise was introduced.

University Partnerships

In 2019, we partnered with an Ivy League university to deliver Software Engineering courses during summer sessions.

Continued Growth and Flexibility

In 2020, we partnered with more  prominent universities to develop custom curricula in Web Development and Data Science.

In 2021, we added a synchronous version of our online program schedules, adding more flexibility to the student schedule and making tech careers possible for more people.

The Tech Perspective Podcast premiered in December 2021, featuring our first guest, Dr. Jacqueline Nolis.

We worked with Deloitte to create the Cyber Career Accelerator

We partnered with Amazon Career Choice, developing technical programs in Data Science, Cybersecurity and Software Engineering

Also in 2021, we were named an educational provider and talent developer for OneTen, an organization that works to upskill, hire, and promote one million Black Americans, over 10 years, into family-sustaining jobs with opportunities for advancement. We also offered the OneTen Tech Scholarship.

Flatiron School Celebrates our Tenth Anniversary

Flatiron School celebrates its 10th anniversary and over 10,000 graduates!

Where would you like to be in ten years? Join us as we enter the next decade of Flatiron School and let us help you reach your goals.