Here at Code Platoon, we see more and more veterans transition into the world of coding and development every single day. However, we know that veterans come from every corner of the nation – not just the Chicagoland area – and that’s why we’re excited to share that we’re expanding our offerings to include a new remote initiative!
We’ll be piloting this new program during our next cohort and we’re looking for two highly motivated veterans to participate; if that sounds like you or someone you know, read our full brief below.
Our new Remote Attendance Program offers:
ABSOLUTE CONVENIENCE – Whether you’re traveling or you’re on the other end of the world, our Remote Attendance Program is all about providing our veterans with a convenient path to access our tried and true curriculum. While we’d love to have you visit our AO, you no longer have to make the trip over here to learn everything you need to become a full-stack developer.
FREE ADMISSION FOR VETERANS — Our regular program is a 14-week long, in-person coding program located in Chicago, Illinois. For in-person students, the cost is $13,000, but all admitted veterans receive $10,500 in scholarships so they’re essentially paying $2,500 out of pocket. For our veteran students who are going to be remote, we’re upping that scholarship to the full $13,000 so that they won’t have to pay a cent.
HIGH QUALITY INSTRUCTION — The Remote Attendance Program is very much the same program that our in-person students participate in. Remote students will have access to everything that in-person students have, and will be able to participate in live discussions, ask questions, and receive real-time answers. What’s more, our remote students will work on the same assignments and team projects as their in-person counterparts. The only thing that’s different for our Remote Attendance Students is that they won’t be eligible to participate in the internship program, or at least not with Chicago-based internships.
If you’re interested in taking advantage of our remote offering, make sure you apply now! There are fewer spots for our Remote Attendance Program and our admission standards for these spots will be more rigorous than our in-person program given that we can only take so many. Additionally, we will give preference to veterans with disabilities.