About Awesome Inc U
Awesome Inc was founded on the basis of the "give-first" mentality. Awesome Inc started in 2009 and has grown to be the epicenter for anything related to technology or business. We strive to make Lexington and Central Kentucky a better place to live and... Read More
Spring '21 Application Deadline: December 11, 2020
Awesome Inc U offers two payment options:
- Income Share Agreement - Students pay no tuition up-front. In exchange, they share a small percentage of their income when employed. Unlike traditional loans, this option has a repayment cap and set payment window, that, when reached, terminates the students’ repayment requirements. The ISA can be paid off early.
- Up-Front Payment - Students who choose to pay tuition up-front are offered a discounted tuition rate of $11,500.
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Participants are expected to be fully invested in the training process for a 16 week period. At the conclusion of the program, participants will be ready to interview with regional and national employers for the opportunity to earn a full-time position at a competitive junior developer’s salary.
Spring '21 Cohort Starts: Jan 25th, 2021
Spring '21 Cohort Ends: May 15th, 2021
Average Ratings (All Programs)
- Ben Patterson | Business Web Developer
- Web Developer Bootcamp
- Graduated: 2018
"High quality from start to finish"
If you are contemplating a career change to web developer, look no further. Awesome Inc U's Web Developer Bootcamp will give you the skills you need to land that web dev job. I was hired before bootcamp was even over!
And by "skills" I mean the really... Read More
Classroom instruction began with a period of coding "warm-ups" where we tried to solve a problem in code. But the bulk of the day was spent in "lecture" —which should more properly have been called "playground" — where the instructor led us through the topic for the day. Instead of dispensing information during lecture, the instructor modeled the real web dev workflow. "Can we get this text centered? Let's try this..." "Hmm... that broke. Let's see if Google can help us."
But perhaps the most valuable part of my experience was the friendships and connections made. I had been a teacher for 10 years before deciding to switch to web development, and so I didn't know very many web developers or technology companies. I had a very small network going in. But now I have a small group of good friends (the other bootcampers), several mentors (the instructors and administrators)—and I got to meet numerous community business leaders who gave presentations throughout the bootcamp. I will certainly lean on this expanded network as I dive into my new job and beyond!
tldr: Worth every penny just for the friends and connections made.Comment
- Nick Veil
- Web Developer Bootcamp
- Graduated: 2017
"Fast paced, very challenging, very fun."
Awesome Inc U's average rating is 4.5 out of 5.0 based on 2 review(s).