Nashville State Community College Coding Bootcamps
Why Should You Attend a Nashville State Coding Bootcamp?
- IT is one of the fastest-growing sectors in Middle Tennessee and throughout the United States.
- Employers in every industry are looking to fill open job positions with skilled IT professionals.
- The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics projects software developer jobs will grow 17% in the next 10 years.
- With a job in software development, there is an exponential opportunity for growth over the course of a career.
- The average entry-level salary for software developers is over $55,000.
- At Nashville State Community College’s coding bootcamps, students will learn the industry’s most used technologies and have hands-on experience before entering the workforce.
Which Bootcamp Should You Choose?
Use the table below to help you choose the right bootcamp for you.
|CodeX Academy||Promineo Tech|
|Weekly Time Commitment||20 Hours||20 Hours|
|Program Length||Between 26 and 52 Weeks||18 Weeks|
|Student Grouping||By Level||By Cohort|
|Live Instructor-led Class||Yes||Yes|
|Live Office Hours||Yes||Yes|
|Evaluations||Live, Expert-led||Weekly, Expert-led|
|Responsive Chat Community||Yes||Yes|
- Using a mastery-based learning style ensures students fully understand the code they learn before moving on to the next step.
- Each student is paired with a mentor who is a working full-stack engineer. There are daily live check-ins with mentors, facilitators, and instructors.
- Each student is given the opportunity to participate in a 90-day guaranteed internship to help jumpstart the experience section on their resume.
- Career coaching is provided to each student.
- Front-End Developer: Master of the user interface (26 weeks part-time).
- Full-Stack Developer: Trusted with every development angle of a software application (52 weeks part-time).
- Full-Stack Engineer: Can lead the entire development team through sound project management, Agile and Lean practices, and principled software development techniques.
- Students may accelerate their progress as the CodeX programs are self-paced.
- Each student will meet with their cohort live each week and can participate in scheduled office hours and one-on-one personalized mentor sessions.
- Students have access to Career Services at any time during the program or any time after graduation. Services include resume review, interview prep, career advice, and community events.
- Each cohort is trained with relevant technologies and methodologies that hiring managers look for when onboarding Java Developers, Software Engineers, Back-End Developers, Front-End Developers, and Application Developers.
- Front-End Software Developer
- Back-End Software Developer
- These 18-week programs are divided into three 6-week courses accompanied with weekly lectures and assignments in a cohort-based delivery model
If you have any questions about Nashville State’s coding bootcamps, please contact email@example.com.