Free Training for Software Development

Code The Dream - Statewide
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Free Training for Software Development

Code the Dream offers free intensive training in software development regardless of immigration status.

All Code the Dream (CTD) classes are free and are offered remotely nationwide.

CTD offers a diverse and supportive community, where students learn from experienced software developers and from each other.

All students who complete the full CTD path of intro and advanced classes will also be considered for our CTD Labs apprenticeship — a unique full-time paid apprenticeship where apprentices hone their skills by building apps and technology platforms for a wide range of real nonprofits and businesses. Over 90% of CTD apprentices go on to careers in tech!

The ultimate aim of Code the Dream is to create a unique win-win, where our coders gain real experience building apps that make the world a little better place, and then use that experience to launch new careers with enormous opportunity for themselves, their families, and their communities.

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