Don’t miss out on the University of New Hampshire’s six-month Coding Boot Camp. Learn to code while expanding your professional network.
Did you know that web development is one of the fastest-growing careers in today’s economy? Web developers typically earn a salary between $63,000 and $110,000 per year and the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that jobs in web development will grow at least 20% by 2022.
This 24-week program is for working professionals interested in web development or who are actively seeking a career change or advancement. Even better, you can work full-time while you learn the skills to become a professional web developer.
UNH Coding Boot Camp will cover:
UNH Coding Boot Camp
Class begins March 15, 2022 | Online
Acquire the skills needed to become a proficient full stack web developer in just 24 weeks! Our next Coding Boot Camp starts soon — offering you the chance to build a professional portfolio, network with future employers, and participate in collaborative opportunities that mimic real-world working environments.
UNH Coding Boot Camp Digital Badge:
Participants who successfully complete the UNH Coding Boot Camp program will automatically receive a digital badge microcredential that verifies their accomplishment and skill that can be shared on social media, blogs and online portfolios.
Upon completion of the UNH Coding Boot Camp, particiants will recieve an email with further information for claiming their badge. For more information on digital badges with UNH PD&T, click here.
Seven years after graduating from UNH, as three months after giving birth to my daughter, I enrolled in the Coding Bootcamp for Full Stack Web Development that UNH Professional Development & Training offered. By this point in my career, I had a lot of experience in implementing, upgrading, maintaining, and supporting systems.
The New Hampshire-based stay-at-home mom had a B.S. in computer science from the Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology in India, but upon moving to the U.S., she wasn’t able to find a position. Eventually, she gave up work to care for her two young kids.
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