CWRU Boot Camp programs in cybersecurity, full stack coding to begin soon

Group photo of individuals in one of the CWRU Boot Camp programs

The Case Western Reserve University Boot Camp program is enrolling now for classes starting soon. 

With options in cybersecurity and full stack coding, the CWRU Boot Camp programs are ideal for those who are considering a career switch and those who are looking to update or increase their digital skill capabilities.  

With 24 weeks of part-time study, CWRU Boot Camp students are able to retain their current jobs, or tend to family commitments while preparing for their next career. The cybersecurity program will start July 27, while the full stack coding program will begin Aug. 10. 

Many CWRU boot camp students make complete career changes (prior IT experience is not necessary), while others upgrade their skills to advance with current employers. 

The CWRU Boot Camp program is now entirely online. The program will feature highly skilled instructional staff in a well-engineered remote learning environment, plus high levels of teaching assistance, tutoring, and other supplementary support.

Career counseling, including professional resume and profile development, interview coaching, and job placement are essential parts of the CWRU Boot Camp experience. 

A variety of funding options are available, including pay-as-you-learn.

Contact Gene Sasso exs395@case.edu or talk to a CWRU Boot Camp recruitment advisor to ensure your spot in either the July or August cohorts.

CWRU Boot Camp classes start every quarter. The next enrollment period, including classes in full stack computer coding, data analytics, and cybersecurity will begin October 2020.