Some of the places CODEcamp graduates have moved on to...

Open Source Systems
Sparc
Benefitfocus
RSDC Group
PhishLabs
Kalson Media
Blue Acorn
Atlatl Software
Code Fellows
The Iron Yard
SnapCap
Jack Russell Software
Clemson College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
Booz Allen Hamilton
CodeLynx
Q4Launch
PeopleMatter
sineLABS
netGalaxy Studios
Blackbaud

It's rare to find such an inclusive group of talented people sharing their skills and passions with complete strangers. If anyone ever comes to me curious about how to get hired in the Charleston tech community, I know what advice I'm giving them.

Sam Seabrook

Cyber Security Analyst

PhishLabs

Classes are arranged into three categories by audience

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Basics

These classes comprise our core curriculum and are taught on a recurring basis. They are designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of web development and are for anyone, even those with little or no knowledge or experience.

Workshops

These full day workshops are designed to expand and deepen your knowledge in high-demand software, languages, platforms, processes and the like. Workshops are held year-round on Saturdays about once every month.

Kids

These engaging project-based courses are designed to teach kids between ages 8-14 the fundamentals of web development in a fun and challenging setting.

Upcoming Classes & Events

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March 8

GitHub

Come join us as we delve into the wonderful world of Git! Git is a "distributed version control system" that is gaining huge popularity in the community as the way to manage your code! This free seminar is essential if you are interested in taking any CODEcamp class.

5:30PM - 7:30PM

Ronak Raithatha

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March 11

Introduction to Android

Are you an android user and want to make your own app? Join us in this one day bootcamp for an introduction to Android! Lunch is provided.

9:00AM - 3:00PM

Bill Mote

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March 13

CODEcamp After School - Web Basics 101

This four-week program offers middle school students a fun and challenging experience to encourage an interest in computer science and web development through project-based learning. Students will develop a foundation for computer skills critical in today’s modern workforce.

3:45PM - 5:15PM

12 Classes

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March 13

CODEcamp Meetup

A 2-hour seminar for students to receive help on individual projects, speak with an HR rep, or find out more about the CODEcamp program!

5:00PM - 6:30PM

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