Code Platoon Offers Coding Bootcamp for Veterans
The field of web development has exploded in the past decade. With the internet being used for just about anything you can imagine and new mobile apps popping up every day, it’s likely that web developers will be in high demand for years to come. This is why Code Platoon is offering a veterans coding program that covers everything needed to establish a career as a web developer.
Veterans and their spouses are invited to become a certified software developer via Code Platoon’s Coding Bootcamp for Veterans and Spouses. The immersive software engineering program even includes soft skills training, personal development curriculum, and opportunities for internships and job placement upon completion of the program.
To be eligible, you (or your spouse) must have served at least one day in the military. Code Platoon accepts payments from VET TEC, VR&E, Skillbridge, and if you’re taking in person classes – the GI Bill. Scholarship opportunities are available for students who will not be using VA benefits.
To apply learn more about Code Platoon’s Code Camp for Veterans and Spouses, visit their website. Once you’re ready, you can begin your application here. For questions about the program, eligibility, or the application process, email firstname.lastname@example.org.