Our career ignition program is a 10-week part-time program for beginners. You will learn the core concepts and digital foundations necessary to master fundamental skills in high-growth subject areas.
Get the skills you need to enter a new career in tech. Our career bootcamp program is a 12-week full-time program to get you from beginner to employable. This program comes with Career Services, Career Outcomes, and Employer Network.
Learn the skills tech companies are looking for and get the hands-on training you need to change careers in weeks.
Among job-seeking Software Development Bootcamp and UX/UI graduates in the most recent 2020 Outcome Report from our partner Bootcamp.*
Increase in salary
UX/UI Graduates saw an average increase of $12,300 in annual compensation and Software Development Graduates saw an average increase of $15,000 in annual compensation.*
We partner with growing companies to help our graduates connect with employers that are interested in hiring our students.
By joining a Bootcamp powered by Upright, learners get access to a partnership network of alumni, hiring partners, mentors, and more.
*Based on 2018-2021 Outcomes Report provided by our partner Bootcamp, Upright Education. All outcomes listed on this site are that of Upright Education's. Upright Education and Clinton Community College's courses share the same curriculum, instruction, and employer partners.
No experience is necessary. Our industry-recognized certificate teaches adults in-demand coding languages, frameworks, and technologies from the beginning, helping them secure their first job in the tech industry.
There's an autonomous attitude and approach to learning UX/UI design going on here that helps you be a designer and not just learn what a designer does. If you're up for the challenge, you won't regret it!
I'm really happy I took Burlington Code Academy. The instruction is top notch, the TA's are great, and the projects are interesting and challenging. The employees of Burlington Code Academy seem to really care about your success during the class and after.
At 31 years old I decided to leave a very comfortable sales job at a great company to pursue a new career in coding and haven't looked back. The curriculum is very thorough and cutting edge with an emphasis on helping students learn highly marketable skills.
These bootcamps are very new and people are still learning the best methodologies around teaching them. If you want to learn to code in a short amount of time with a great group of people and avoid the headaches of figuring everything out on your own, this is the best option.
I was constantly challenged, pushed, and my effort was rewarded with a new full-time career. I left a career with masters degree making $55k and in three months (of very hard work) found a remote job making $72k for an entry level position. The course paid for itself and I've never been happier.