All coding bootcamps should be outcome-oriented, but when a school promises to collect no tuition until students are hired as software developers, you know graduate employment is a priority.
Women’s coding school, Grace Hopper Academy, states they “only succeed when you do.” Tuition is paid over nine months as a percentage of graduates’ first-year developer salary. If a graduate fails to get a job within a year of graduation, they cease to owe anything at all.
Five months after their inaugural cohort has ended, 100% of those students have been hired as professional software developers, and the two most recently graduated cohorts are soon to follow similar paths.
Daily technical interview prep and career coaching ensures all graduates are poised to conduct a thorough job search after the 17-week program is complete.
You can read more about Grace Hopper Academy’s recent alumni hires — their backgrounds, on-campus experiences, and job searches — on the student outcomes page of the GHA website.