Philadelphia Coding Bootcamps

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Last Updated: September 24, 2019

Philadelphia coding bootcamps are immersive training programs that help you transition into a tech career. These bootcamps offer courses such as Full Stack Flex: Minneapolis. Switchup has compiled over 347 verified alumni reviews that range from 1 to 5 stars for these courses. Our comprehensive guide to Philadelphia will help you kick start your research.

Nucamp

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Locations: Online, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin +86 More
Courses: Full Stack Web and Mobile App Development, Web Development Fundamentals, Front End Web and Mobile Development
Subjects: Angular, Bootstrap, CSS, Express.js, HTML +9 More
Available Online
Flexible Classes
Available Online
Flexible Classes

Nucamp is a night and weekend coding bootcamp located in under-served communities across the state of Washington. Nucamp offers a hybrid learning experience where students learn Web Development online during the week and meet in person on the weekends for with 10 other students and their Instructor.... Read More

Prospective students should have a working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. To apply, one must fill out an online form and quiz to assess knowledge and interest. The course is capped at 12 students. Students will work in smaller teams of two to four to collaborate throughout the course and receive important feedback. Students will be capable of taking a project from its inception to developing a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and move it to a large-scale implementation.

Tech Elevator

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Locations: Online, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus +4 More
Courses: Java Coding Bootcamp, .NET Coding Bootcamp
Subjects: .NET, Angular, C#, CSS, Data Science +7 More
Available Online
Verified Outcomes
Accepts GI Bill
Available Online
Verified Outcomes
Accepts GI Bill

Tech Elevator offers a full stack coding bootcamp dedicated to preparing students from a variety of backgrounds for a career as a software developer. Prospective students can choose to study Java or .NET and learn HTML, CSS, SQL, API, and JavaScript. The full-time, 14-week bootcamp runs Monday through... Read More

Tech Elevator’s instruction is delivered both online and in person at campuses located in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Dallas, Detroit, and Chicago. Tech Elevator also offers students beyond its core markets, and throughout North America, class options through its National Live Remote program.

Tuition and payment options include financing through lending partners Sallie Mae and Ascent, workforce grant dollars, Represent Tech Scholarships, Veteran Benefits and an Income Share Agreement that allows students to pay back tuition once they land a job.

Horizons School of Technology

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Locations: Boston, Philadelphia
Courses: Horizons Immersive Software Development Course
Subjects: Algorithms, API, CSS, Data Structures, Entrepreneurship +10 More
Job Guarantee
Job Guarantee

Horizons School of Technology offers a three-month engineering boot camp for college students and graduates. Learn to code web and mobile software – and eventually land a top internship or full-time job. Also enjoy exclusive access to their network of mentors from top tech firms worldwide.

New York Code and Design Academy

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Locations: NYC, Philadelphia
Courses: Web Development 100, Web Development Intensive, Evening Javascript Intensive, +4 More
Subjects: AJAX, Algorithms, Command Line, CSS, Data Structures +19 More
Flexible Classes
Flexible Classes

New York Code and Design Academy offers web development and UX design courses in full- and part-time intensives. Tuition can be paid in installments or students can work with the school’s financial partners for assistance. The programs cost between $999 and $15,000.

CodeBoxx

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Locations: Montreal, NYC, Philadelphia, Quebec, Tampa
Courses: Accelerated Technology Program
Subjects: C#, Front-End Web Development, Github, HTML, JavaScript +5 More

CodeBoxx is a 16-week full-stack bootcamp. The course offers students a deep understanding of web site development and information systems and covers programming languages such as HTML, Javascript, Python, Go, C#, Ruby, and Ruby on Rails. Students can develop code on either a PC or Mac and will learn... Read More

CodeBoxx’s mission is to help students from all walks of life realize their full potential in the world of coding and web development. To allow as many as possible to realize that potential, CodeBoxx offers a model where tuition is paid only after successful job placement. Those interested in CodeBoxx must first complete an online application. Once enrolled, will begin a 2-week section of the bootcamp called Genesis to help determine if CodeBoxx is the right fit, and allow each participant to see if the tech industry suits them. Students who are successful will move on to the 14-week Odyssey section. Students who are unsuccessful in the Genesis section will receive a full refund of their deposit.

CodeBoxx has partnerships with tech companies from around the world to build an active placement program for graduates. Corporate partners include CGI, Coveo, Groupe La Capitale Assurance, and others. Once students graduate and land a job, they will pay the school an invoice equivalent to 20% of their firs year gross salary. CodeBoxx’s CEO Nicolas Genest has spent 15 years in the technology industry and was a 3x CTO in the Silicon Valley.

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iD Tech

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Locations: Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Bellevue +59 More
Courses: Coding Camps for Teens, Coding Camps for Kids & Teens
Subjects: A/B Testing, Algorithms, Android, Artificial Intelligence (AI), C# +8 More

Students ages 7-18 learn to code, design video games, mod Minecraft, create with Roblox, engineer robots, print 3D characters, work with AI, build laptops, learn about cybersecurity, and more! Held at 150+ locations nationwide, including Stanford, NYU, and many others.

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Programs include:
iD Tech Camps:
For ages 7-17, iD Tech Camps is our flagship program offering courses for every interest—coding, game development, robotics, and design. Weeklong camps, with day and overnight options.

iD Coding & Engineering Academy:
For ages 13-18, iD Coding & Engineering Academy is an immersive, teen-only experience. Students choose from intensive courses in machine learning, cryptography, game programming with C++, robotics
engineering, and more. 2-week, overnight sessions.

iD Game Design & Development Academy
For ages 13-18, iD Game Design & Development Academy offers an immersive, teen-only experience. Students take on the role of a 3D modeler, gameplay programmer, or level designer, learn the full cycle
of game production, and discover how to turn a love of gaming into a lucrative career. 2-week, overnight sessions.

Alexa Café:
An all-girls program for ages 10-15. Alexa Café offers a unique blend of tech, entrepreneurship, and social activism—all set in a stylish setting! Code an app for charity, design a mobile game, engineer wearable electronics, and more. Weeklong camps with day and overnight sessions.

Philadelphia Coding Bootcamps received an average 3.49 of 5 based on 865 reviews.

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Available Online

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Verified Outcomes

Offer a job outcomes report that was independently verified by a third-party auditor.

Flexible Classes

Offer self-paced, part-time, or evening classes.

Job Guarantee

Offer guaranteed job placement after graduation, or the student's tuition is refunded. Visit the official school site for related terms and conditions.

GI Bill

Approved to accept GI Bill funds according to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.

VET TEC Provider

Approved as a VET TEC Provider according to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.

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