Hack Reactor is one of the most prestigious coding bootcamps throughout the United States. Hack Reactor maintains a rigorous admissions process to only accept the highest tier of students. With over 800 hours of training from the most experienced industry professionals, Hack Reactor is dedicated to providing its students the highest quality education. Hack Reactor’s mission is to produce the best software engineers that the best companies want to hire. Hack Reactor has recently partnered with Galvanize to help impact more students at additional locations.
Hack Reactor is committed to helping you get your dream job at the highest tier companies. Hack Reactor has a comprehensive Career Services department that helps you obtain a career in three different ways. The first is online presence. By the time you graduate, Career Services will ensure that you have a stunning online GitHub and personal portfolio. The second is one on one coaching. Career Services aims to focus on your own personal goals as well as helping you evaluate your job offer. Lastly, Career services will help you practice your interviews, brush up your resume, and ensure that you are completely career ready.
San Francisco has some of the best salaries for tech workers in the world, and Hack Reactor graduates certainly take advantage of it. According to the aforementioned survey, Hack Reactor graduates earn an average of $105,000 in San Francisco—which is over $20,000 more than the average software engineer salary in the city (salary.com). Hack Reactor also has employment partnerships with tech giants such as Cisco.
The total cost of in person tuition at Hack Reactor is $17,980. Several financing options are also available. Around half of all Hack Reactor students receive some form of financing from Hack Reactor’s financial partners, Skills Fund and Climb. Students are eligible to pay as little as $2,000 down and pay the remainder of their tuition over 60 months. Students can also receive up to $7,500 dedicated to living expenses. Hack Reactor also offers Income Share Agreements through Galvanize. Through the ISA, you’ll pay a $2,000 deposit upfront, and upon graduating, you’ll pay back 10% of your income for 48 months provided that you are making over $50,000 per year. Repayment is capped at 1.75x tuition.