Who are we?
Flatiron School is a global school that trains students in 21st century skills like software engineering, data science, and UX/UI design. Flatiron School's On-Campus and Online immersive courses have a proven track record of impressive employment outcomes and include dedicated Career Coaching, employment support, and a Money-Back Guarantee.
Since joining WeWork in 2017, Flatiron School has opened campuses around the world, and provided our online students free access to a dedicated WeWork workspace — which means whether students are learning online or in-person, they have access to a global campus of learners and tech professionals through WeWork membership. That real-life community helps keep students motivated and connected to one another, and drives powerful networking opportunities with employers.
Flatiron’s Income Share Agreement Opens Pathways to Education and Underscores its Ongoing Commitment to its Students
Flatiron School joins WeWork’s expanding footprint in San Francisco to help locals launch and develop careers in tech.
Coding school to up-skill Austin locals and increase access with income share agreements
With a new take on education that falls somewhere between self-taught prodigy and four-year computer science degree, the Flatiron School promises to turn coding bootcamp students with little programming experience into developers.
Kristi Riordan, COO of Flatiron School, joins Cheddar to discuss its partnership with SeatGeek to provide scholarships for women pursuing an education in technology.
In June 2019, Flatiron School opened its doors in San Francisco to help anyone who wants to enter the tech industry in the world's most important tech hub.
Amid a political uprising against student debt, some colleges and skills schools are offering a tuition scheme in which students commit to paying a fixed percentage of their after-graduation salary.
Head of Career Services Gretchen Jacobi reflects on how bootcamps are a success for people of all ages.
PBS’s Paul Solman visits Flatiron School to talk to students with unexpected paths to tech — and explores how this coding bootcamp is increasing diversity in the industry.