The Iron Yard’s new course will be offered in the evenings and on weekends. Classes will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, and on Saturdays. This course format is designed for students who want to learn programming and launch a career in technology, but who are unable to quit their jobs to attend an immersive course.
“Houston is one of the top markets in the country for tech jobs and employers are looking to tap into the local talent pool to quickly fill the hundreds of open positions,” said Brian Dorton, campus director for The Iron Yard in Houston. “Over the past two and a half years, we have had the privilege to work with nearly 200 students in Houston and help them launch their careers in tech. By offering our Front-End Engineering course in a 24-week format, we are able to open the door for even more students to begin their journey learning how to code.”
The 24-week Front-End Engineering course will begin in February and prospective students can learn more and apply here: https://academy.theironyard.com/get-started.
For more information about The Iron Yard, please visit: http://theironyard.com. To attend a free community crash course on the Houston campus and try your hand at coding, visit: http://www.meetup.com/The-Iron-Yard-Houston/
About The Iron Yard
The Iron Yard is one of the world’s largest code schools and exists to create real, lasting change for people, companies and communities through technology education. The school offers full-time programs in Back-End Engineering, Front-End Engineering, Mobile Engineering and Design. The Iron Yard operates 20 campuses in the U.S. For more information, visit theironyard.com.