This Immersive CodeCamp program is designed to prepare you for LaunchCode’s apprenticeship program. At the end, you’ll meet with our Candidate Team, who will give you personalized feedback and learn more about you. Our team will help you prepare for one of the many apprenticeship opportunities available with our employer partners based on tech skills, soft skills and overall fit.
What is an apprenticeship?
A LaunchCode apprenticeship is a full time (40 hrs/week), paid position during which you work on a team of experienced developers, and are paired with a mentor that invests in your growth, to learn on the job, and prove yourself.
How will this program prepare me for a tech career?
In addition to gaining the technical skills you’ll need to start your career, Immersive CodeCamp will include a series of career workshops designed to cover all the additional things employers will be looking for. This includes everything from panel talks by professional developers, to technical resume reviews and mock interviews. At the end of the program, you’ll also participate in a Demo Day to present your final projects to employers.
Our Immersive CodeCamp is a 14-week, full-time course taking a deep dive into in-demand technologies and skills. Thanks to the smaller class size, each student will have access to more personal, hands-on mentorship and individualized support from our instructors. When you emerge at the end, you are ready to start your new career in tech with LaunchCode’s apprenticeship program.
Our curriculum is designed to teach the most in-demand skills asked for by our employer partners. Graduates are eligible for LaunchCode’s apprenticeship program, gaining access to additional mentorship and job placement.
The cohort will specifically focus on individuals who meet the following eligibility criteria:
- U.S. Citizen, Admitted Permanent Resident Alien, or Resident of a U.S. Territory
- Must have a high school diploma or high school equivalency
- Low-income household (income verification will be required to verify eligibility)
- Public Assistance
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistant Program
- Earned income in relation to family size is not in excess of the poverty level
- Foster Child
- Individual with a disability whose own income meets the low-income requirements
- Must pass a background check
William J. Harrison Education Center
Financial Aid Eligibility
This program is not Federal Financial Aid/Pell Eligible.
Interested in this program?
Start the enrollment process today by visiting the Immersive CodeCamp page.