SERVING ALL SCHEDULES
Code Platoon’s Full Stack Software Engineer: Evening and Weekend program features the same curriculum as our immersive Full-time program — expert instruction, Beyond Tech career preparation, pair programming, and group projects — but on a schedule that allows you to keep your daytime commitments.
Evening and Weekend students attend classes remotely three nights per week and all day on Saturday for 28 weeks.
The program is open to all Veterans, military spouses, and transitioning service members. Evening and Weekend program students may qualify for VET TEC® or our robust scholarship programs.
Live Evening classes three days per week, one day on the weekend
Classes meet remotely on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM CST and Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM CST. Students must be available during these periods each week for the duration of the 28-week program.
Funding options available
Based on eligibility, students may qualify to use VET TEC. Scholarships are also available.
Full Stack Curriculum
To read more about our curriculum, click here.
Beyond Tech Career Preparation
Preparing our students for the workplace is equally as important as the technical training they receive. Our Beyond Tech career preparation includes professional portfolio and resume building, job search and application guidance, and interview and whiteboard preparation.
Our careers services team works with each of our graduates to find full-time employment within six months of graduation.
As a Code Platoon student and alumnus, you will have access to our deep national network of companies looking for tech talent and committed to hiring from the military community.
Developed specifically for Veterans and Military Spouses
We specialize in training Veterans and military spouses; we don’t train anyone else. You’ll be learning in an environment where you can be comfortable, surrounded by people with shared military experiences and personal objectives. Code Platoon is consistently ranked among the Best Bootcamps in the country by Switchup.org and Course Report.