Beginner Part-Time Coding Bootcamp Info Session

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Beginner Part-Time Coding Bootcamp Info Session

Join us to learn what you can expect from our Beginner Part-time Coding Bootcamp.

By Hack Reactor Software Engineering

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Wednesday, May 3 · 6pm PDT



About this event

New to coding? Interested in software engineering? This info session is for you!

Through our Beginner Part-Time Coding Bootcamp, you'll become a full-stack, job-ready software engineer in 38 weeks. Join us for a live online info session to learn how.

You'll leave this session with a clear understanding of this program, as well as structured options for how to take the next steps toward a new career in software engineering. Our team will walk you through everything you need to know, and there will be plenty of time for Q&A.

Target Audience

This Beginner Coding Bootcamp is designed for those with little to no coding experience that are looking for a part-time schedule.

Hear from program staff and our enrollment team as they talk through what you can expect during your 38 weeks in the program, including:

  • In-demand technology and computer science
  • Expert instruction using a mastery learning approach
  • Training for long-term career health
  • Dedicated career services

We’ll also cover:

  • Hack Reactor overview - learn a bit more about us
  • The Part-time program structure and curriculum
  • The non-technical admissions process - how do you apply, when, and what's required
  • Ask us anything! Live Q&A

How to Prepare:

- Have the Zoom Client for Video Meetings installed well before the webinar begins:

- Link to join the workshop will be provided to you once you RSVP

About Hack Reactor by Galvanize

Hack Reactor by Galvanize, the leader in tech education, has been breaking industry barriers since 2012. Our coding programs are designed so that anyone with motivation can succeed, regardless of education, experience, or background. Hack Reactor programs create an immersive and supportive environment for gaining the in-demand software engineering and other foundational skills needed to propel your career. When you participate in any Hack Reactor program, you join a diverse, engaged network of fellow students, instructors, staff, and alumni, including 12,000+ graduates at 2,500 companies. Together, we form a vibrant community that’s changing tech from within.

To learn more about Hack Reactor, visit

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