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CODEcamp Basic classes, including Web Basics 101, 102 and GitHub, are held at the Flagship Conference A located at 475-A East Bay Street. These classes are BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop). Check your course page for info on downloading any software prior to class.
Most other courses are taught in the CODEcamp's Mac Lab at 78 Alexander Street in the FS2 facility and will not require you to bring your own laptop.
Each session is a mix of lecture and hands-on exercises to best teach you the fundamentals of the web. Hands-on practice is essential to understand and fully grasp the concepts presented. Students should expect to work on assigned exercises and practice at home to get the most out of this class.
In addition to class, as a CODEcamp student you get:
Homework assignments and additional exercises will be provided to ensure you are learning all that you need to stay on track from week to week. CODEcamp courses are designed to provide part-time, hands-on practice with an instructor. Students are encouraged to do work outside of the classroom to make the most of the instruction.
CODEcamp mentors are available to discuss coursework and offer career advice.The best opportunity to speak to a mentor is during the quarterly meetup. The schedule is posted on the CODEcamp calendar. Prospective students are also welcome to attend the meetup to learn more about CODEcamp.
Yes. The CODEcamp lab is available between 9am - 5pm for currently enrolled CODEcamp students, provided no classes are in session.
The FS2 parking lot located at 78 Alexander is open to CODEcamp students after 5:30pm.
No refunds are issued within 48 hours prior to the course start time.
Discounts are available to students currently attending a public higher-education institution and for those taking multiple courses. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a certificate of completion. For a list of all networking events, visit the Charleston Digital Corridor calendar.
CODEcamp's "Introduction to Web Development" class is intended to provide an affordable and convenient course for you to explore a potential new career in the software industry. Our goal is to set you on a path to successive local education programs that could lead you to a career in Charleston's tech industry. CODEcamp staff and instructors also work to connect you with the local industry in three ways.
Ultimately, your talent, effort, enthusiasm and engagement however are the ultimate keys to finding your way into a career in Charleston's tech industry.