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 Missoula and Bozeman, and ROCK 31 the entrepreneurial program operated by Big Sky EDA are pleased to announce the launch of a full time coding bootcamp in Billings this summer.
The 12 week full stack junior developer program will begin June 10 and will be housed in the offices of Zoot Enterprises on Hesper Road. Montana Code Schools programs train individuals with little or no coding experience to be ready for entry level software developer jobs or related career tracks in the high tech industry.
“We’re excited to bring the Montana Code School to Billings.” said Montana Code School Executive Director Paul Gladen. “Over the last three and a half years more than 150 students have graduated from our programs in Missoula and Bozeman with the substantial majority securing tech savvy jobs with many of Montana’s leading and growing high tech companies – including ATG, LumenAd, PrintingForLess, Workiva, Submttable and Zoot Enterprises.”
Kevin Sharfe, ROCK 31’s Program Manager commented that “this is an important step in continuing to foster a dynamic tech and entrepreneurship ecosystem in Billings. We are thrilled to collaborate with the Montana Code School to grow the tech talent pipeline and open up exciting new career opportunities for the Billings workforce.”
The 12 week program costs $8,000 although anyone who submits their applications prior to May 10 will receive a $500 early bird discount.
Applications or questions about the program can be submitted via the Montana Code School website. Apply or learn more today!