CODING COURSES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Be a part of our twelve-week full-time immersive programming course. Become well-versed in modern web development practices and declare yourself “CodeSavvy.”
Don’t quit your day job! Montana Code School’s part-time coding courses meet at night and 1 weekend a month. Sharpen your current development skills or the fundamentals you need to land a job as a full-stack Jr. Web Developer.
Play a part in developing our students, meet our classes, attend demo days, and mentor coding classes. The graduates of our programming boot camp come ready to bring insight and an eagerness to solve problems.
Get involved in the coding community around Montana. Find more information on our weekend workshops, sign up for the newsletter or speak to a team member about our programming boot camp.
MTCS gives graduates more than an education.
Read more about the code school, here.
Completing either our full-time immersive coding course or the part-time coding course gives our students confidence to get started in the tech industry. We help our students develop their own online personalities. They workshop resumés, engage in mock interviews, and learn great teamwork principles. Joining Montana Code School is an opportunity to strengthen current skills or learn new ones while discovering more tech careers than meet the eye.
Montana Code School?
The Montana Code School is dedicated to training the state’s next generation of “CodeSavvy” residents with 2018 classes being held in Missoula and Bozeman. We offer intensive, fully-immersive coding boot-camp programs and part-time programming courses designed to produce or enhance highly employable software developers ready to work in Montana’s thriving community of startups and tech businesses. We want everyone to be involved, from any background and with any or no experience programming. This training offers a set of skills and a mindset that allows a person to adjust to the rapidly changing, high-paying tech industry. With these skills an individual can significantly increase their chances of becoming employed in a lifelong tech career.
Montana Code School is the way to go! I couldn’t imagine trying to learn these skills any other way. It’s completely immersive, I found myself dreaming about code at night. Best piece of advice I could give is to hand yourself over to the process and don’t gauge yourself against your peers (everyone learns at a different pace).Shawn Farnum
Learn about the results of our programming boot camp, The Montana tech industry, and more!
Top Five Reasons to Become a Developer Each of our students has a different reason for why they chose to pivot to a tech-savvy career, but in case you need some more convincing, here are the top five reasons to consider making the pivot yourself. 1. Early...
Montana Code School and ROCK 31 announce launch of full-time coding bootcamp in Billings starting June 10 Program will help address growing demand for software talent in the Billings region Billings, MT: The Montana Code School, a provider of coding bootcamps in...
Nestled in the heart of downtown Bozeman is Big Sky CoWork, a coworking space offering an alternative home to tech workers and the part-time Montana Code School cohort. During the day, Big Sky CoWork hosts remote workers with companies like Zinovo, Twitter and Google,...
Walk down Missoula’s Hip Strip one day, and you might see a digitized art version of yourself rendered on a big-screen tv in the window of Wave & Circuit, a creative space across from Hellgate High School. On April 6, the space will be open for a First Friday...
Here are some posts from our current students and past alumni on from Medium.com.
Learning Web Design is for the Creative, Too. Going into code school, Mike Dreiling was worried he was going to be bored. “I was very, very nervous that, being such a graphic person, that it would just be boring to me,” Mike said. Mike attended high school in Missoula...