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Future Developers

Use real-world technologies to learn the fundamentals of coding.

Code School is a hands-on class designed to train individuals to be entry-level software developers within a six-month course. The minimum education requirement is at least a high school diploma or GED. Students work in a small classroom setting and use real-world technologies to learn the fundamentals of coding, app development, the leadership, and the life skills needed for a successful career and job market competitiveness.

What We Do

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What You'll Learn in Code School:

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Software Engineering Principles I

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Software Engineering Principles II

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Full-Stack Software Development

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Advanced Web Development

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  MEET THE TEAM

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Audrey Willis

Co-founder and Program Director

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ToNaya Gulley

Recruitment and Case Specialist

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Daniel Jones

Senior Instructor

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Ray Green

Instructor

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Jill Johnson

Instructor

Ready to learn with us?


Step 1: Complete our interest form. Once completed, you will receive a phone call from our Recruitment and Case Specialist where we will discuss the program at length and you will be able to ask any questions to determine if this is the right program for you. After the initial phone call, you will receive an email outlining the following steps.

Step 2: Sign up for our Explore Software Development workshop. This is required for all prospective students. It is a great way to gauge your interest in the program.

Step 3: Complete our programming challenge. All instructions will be included in the email that is sent to you.

Step 4: Sign up for an interview with our Recruitment and Case Specialist. In this interview you will complete a digital literacy assessment, we will discuss your programming challenge, and then ask some questions about your interest and experience. After the interview, our team will discuss your application materials and you will be notified of your admissions status via email.

Sponsors & Partners

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In-Kind Support

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Clients & Hiring Partners

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The CodeCrew Code School is authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. This authorization must be renewed each year and is based on an evaluation by minimum standards concerning quality of education, ethical business practices, health and safety, and fiscal responsibility.

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