For job-seeking Web Development Bootcamp students in the most recent 2018 Outcomes Report including full-time salaried roles, paid apprenticeships, and part-time roles during reporting period (see outcomes report below).
For the 69% of job-seeking students that landed full-time salaried positions during the reporting period in our 2018 Outcomes Report. For the students that accepted full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance roles the average pay was $20 per hour.
Burlington Code Academy now offers income share agreement options for the Web Development Bootcamp. This means that you can defer the cost of the Web Development Bootcamp by paying for the course after you get a job.
Learn First, Pay Later
To enroll in the Web Development Bootcamp, you only need to pay the tuition deposit. You pay the rest through monthly installments when you're earning at least $40,000 per year.
When you enter into the income share agreement, you will never pay more than 1.5x the cost of the program. Even at this price, we are amongst the most affordable code schools in the country.
Getting a job isn't easy and often requires more than technical know-how. We make sure to provide career support throughout the bootcamp and help you navigate your path to a career you love.