This week, devCodeCamp was honored to be mentioned in The Washington Times, highlighting the work our team is doing to help bring diverse education options to the modern economy.
As discussed in the Washington Times piece, in today’s workforce, employers seek skilled individuals who are ready and eager to work, yet people often find themselves unable to secure employment after graduating from college. The truth is, traditional education is falling short in providing the necessary training for students to succeed, leaving many college graduates unemployed or underemployed, while also burdened with massive student loan debt.
That’s where we come in. Skills-training programs, such as the curriculums we provide here at devCodeCamp, seek to bridge the gap between traditional universities and the modern-day job market. By offering short-term, reasonably priced computer coding training options, we empower our students to enter the workforce prepared with the skills required to succeed in the 21st-century economy.
Whether our students are recent graduates looking to expand their knowledge, veterans hoping to find work after service, or people seeking alternative education options outside of the traditional college degree track – learning to code is an excellent way to secure a place in a high-paying career.
The modern economy is fast-paced and ever-changing, and we need an education system that can adapt to the evolving needs of the job market. Working with our talented students and instructors, devCodeCamp is helping our graduates succeed.
It’s great to see members of the national press, such as The Washington Times, and many other media outlets, recognize the benefits of coding bootcamps and the work we are doing here in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin. To build the workforce of tomorrow, we must have institutions that give people the skills they need to succeed. Here at devCodeCamp, we are proud to be leading the charge.