C4Q Access Code
Access Code is a 10-month intensive coding bootcamp hosted by C4Q (Coalition for Queens) in Queens, NY. Students can choose between Android, iOS, and Full Stack Web development. The curriculum is structured to include 6 months of technical training, with 4 months of career readiness and job search assistance. Students are also trained in entrepreneurship and networking.
The programs have no upfront tuition, instead graduates who find a job earning $50,000 or more make a “pay it forward commitment” to give 18% of their first year’s salary back to C4Q. This policy enables adults from low-income and minority communities that are representative of the diversity of New York to learn to code. Access code cohorts are made up of at least 50% women, 50% African-American or Hispanic people, and 50% immigrants.
Recent C4Q Access Code News
- October 2017 Coding Bootcamp News + Podcast
- Guide to Deferred Tuition and ISAs at Coding Bootcamps
- June 2017 Coding Bootcamp News Roundup + Podcast
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Access Code 3.3 Cohort: Full Stack Web
A 10-month full stack web development bootcamp including 6 months of technical training, with 4 months of career readiness and job search assistance. Classes are Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm.
- Placement Test
Access Code 3.4 Cohort: Full Stack Web (Part-Time)
A 10-month full stack part-time web development bootcamp including 6 months of technical training, with 4 months of career readiness and job search assistance. Classes are Monday to Thursday from 7pm am to 10 pm, and 10 am to 6 pm on Saturdays and Sundays
- Placement Test
Access Code 3.2 Cohort: iOS
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Our latest on C4Q Access Code
October 2017 was a busy month for the coding bootcamp industry with news about growing pains in bootcamp outcomes, mergers, acquisitions, investments, a trend towards bootcamp B2B training, and diversity initiatives. To help you out, we’ve collected all the most important news in this blog post and podcast. Plus, we added 12 new schools from around the world to the Course Report school directory! Read below or listen to our latest Coding Bootcamp News Roundup Podcast.Continue Reading →
Just as they’ve developed disruptive education tools, technology bootcamps are also adopting payment plans which allow students to pay nothing or very little until they graduate and find a job. Deferred tuition and income sharing agreements (ISAs) are becoming more widely available, and give students who don’t have $20,000 in the bank, access to life-changing learning opportunities. This guide will help you sort through the details and differentiate between the terms; plus, we’ve even helped you start your research by compiling a list of coding and data science bootcamps that offer ISAs or Deferred Tuition.Continue Reading →
Missed any news about coding bootcamps from June 2017? Course Report is here for you! We’ve compiled the most important news and developments in this blog post and podcast. In June, we heard John Oliver and Megyn Kelly talk about bootcamps, we read about new investments in bootcamps, a number of newspapers wrote about the impact bootcamps are having at a local level, and we were excited to hear about more diversity initiatives and scholarships. Plus we round up all the new campuses and new coding bootcamps around the world.Continue Reading →
Apple’s newest, beginner-oriented programming language Swift has made developing for the iPhone a possibility for new and experienced developers alike. iOS developers earn over $100,000 on average, so it's a perfect time to learn to program for the iPhone. With the help of one of these iOS bootcamps, you could find yourself developing mobile apps utilizing Objective-C, Cocoa Touch, and Swift.