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Learn How to Code with Coding Bootcamps

Are you interested in learning to code without taking on another degree? Consider enrolling in a coding bootcamp — a less expensive alternative with great reward. What’s more, there are numerous scholarships available, especially for LGBTQ+, BIPOC, disabled, and other affinity groups. A list of these scholarships and boot camps is compiled at bestcolleges.com

A helpful tool on this page is “Match me with a boot camp.”

Click on this, and it will prompt you to choose a discipline to explore: Web Development, Software Engineering, Data Science, Cybersecurity, UX/UI Design, Data Analytics, Digital Marketing, or Project Management.

Next, it will ask you for a time-commitment: Full-Time or Part-Time. Then, select Online or In-Person. If you select In-Person, select in which state and city you want to work.

Bootcamp matches for Data Science, Full-Time, and Online categories

Bestcolleges.com’s 2021 Bootcamps Trends Report found that “Almost half (48%) of all business leaders surveyed, and 56% of those from tech companies and organizations that hire for tech roles, said that bootcamps will play a pivotal role in meeting future workforce training needs,” so consider checking out these amazing opportunities!

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Originally posted at Career UConn Blog