Code Platoon classes

Code Platoon

Code Platoon is a 501(c)3 non-profit that helps veterans and military spouses transition into the civilian workforce by providing technical training and career placement. Students can participate in the training program through a 14 week full time, immersive bootcamp or through a 35 week part time option. The curriculum at Code Platoon is designed to immerse the students in learning the full web development stack, including Python, Django, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.

The Python and Javascript track includes five modules: Computer science/programming fundamentals, the World Wide Web, Data Science, Amazon Web Services, and Creating Applications.

No previous programming skills are required. Upon graduation, students are eligible for paid internships with our corporate sponsors.

Code Platoon is an approved VET TEC training provider through the Department of Veteran Affairs. In-Person students may also use their GI Bill. All students are eligible to apply for general scholarships once enrolled in the program.

Code Platoon Courses & Classes

  • The skills taught by Code Platoon (CP) revolve around getting a job as a junior or intern-level software engineer. For the 2019 cohorts, there will be two tracks offered: one in Ruby and Javascript and the other in Python and Javascript. Python and Javascript Track (5 Modules) Module 1 (Weeks 1-4): Computer science / programming fundamentals This includes algorithm scripting, version control, data types and…

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  • The Code Platoon part-time program is 35 weeks in length and can be completed in-person or remotely. Classes will meet two evenings during the week and all day on Saturday. Students will learn the same curriculum as our full-time students and have access to the same resources including teaching assistants, mentors, and career services. General scholarships are available to all students. In-person students may be…

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