Announcing our New 26-Week Bootcamp Model: After-Hours

Bootcamp after hours class

“We never shall have any more time. We have, and we have always had, all the time there is.”

Arnold Bennett, How to Live on 24 Hours a Day

What can you accomplish in 24 hours? In 26 weeks? A lifetime?

You spoke, and we listened. Beginning in July 2018, Grand Circus is offering 26-week After-Hours bootcamps. This new model offers the full-scope of coding curriculum, covering the entirety of a daytime bootcamp experience, including soft skills, and does it during weekday evenings.

In 24 hours, you can: keep your day job while spending your evening at Grand Circus, getting the education you need to build a career in tech.

In 26 weeks, you can: complete a full-commitment, full-scope coding curriculum bootcamp, and graduate with the technical and soft skills that will make you a qualified new-hire for one of the thousands of companies in need to tech experts in Michigan and beyond.

In a lifetime, you can: make a lifetime trajectory income 53% higher than the national average of $2.1 million.* You can be part of the new workforce, and fill one of the 1 million computer-programming jobs that will be open in 2020.

Continuous improvement is in our DNA, and we believe feedback is a gift. We learned that leaping in fully to a 12-week bootcamp (which means not working during that time!) isn’t for everyone. Students seeking a career change can now get the training they need, without leaving their current positions. After-Hours classes happen on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30pm-10pm.  We’re excited to launch our 26-week After-Hours bootcamps to serve the needs of more potential students.

As a part of our robust soft skills offerings, all Grand Circus students have access to our growing employer network of nearly 200 Michigan companies. These companies have hired 86% of Grand Circus grads and often come to Grand Circus first when looking to expand their tech teams. Students in our 26-week After-Hours bootcamps will participate in company and alumni visits and get career services support.

With the pace of open tech jobs not slowing down anytime soon, we know developers are in higher demand now than ever before. Will you become the next developer?

*Stats from Fox Business and based on 40 year career