General Assembly offers one of the most subject-diverse bootcamp campuses in San Francisco, offering four full-time and ten part-time coding programs on campus. Students at General Assembly have a wide range of career paths to choose from, all of which feature a short-term curriculum with varying degrees of course intensity. General Assembly is also one of the most popular destinations for coding students, with locations in 23 cities worldwide. General Assembly has over 40,000 worldwide part- and full-time alumni. This coding bootcamp also offers career services to students, and works with over 10,000 hiring partners.
The full-time immersive courses at General Assembly mirror the schedule of a full-time job, with classes from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. The class schedule is long and intensive due to the short duration of the program—classes last only about a month. The part-time programs aren’t quite as intense, and they present the opportunity for students to hold a job (or take other classes) during the course. For example, the part-time Python Programming bootcamp lasts a little over a month, with classes on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
Job placement speaks for itself with General Assembly, and this bootcamp has thousands of alumni working in tech all across the world. The full-time bootcamps are ideal for job-seekers, and General Assembly’s 10,000+ employment partners offer opportunities to many students. While this program doesn’t offer a 100% job guarantee, it still gets impressively close—a survey conducted of the program’s immersive bootcamp graduates revealed that between 90% and 95% of respondents had landed a job after the program.
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