Case Western Reserve University digital skills boot camps are enrolling now for programs starting in January and February.

The boot camps help prepare students for careers in computer programing, data analytics or cybersecurity. Programs are offered as 24-week, part-time courses, allowing students to retain jobs or attend to family commitments while preparing for a new career.

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. Small class sizes, in-class teaching assistance, tutoring (and other supplementary training) support student success. Graduates receive a certificate from Case Western Reserve University.

Contact Gene Sasso (Gene.Sasso@case.edu), or call a CWRU Boot Camp recruitment advisor at 216.333.1821 to reserve a spot in in either the January or February cohorts.

Find out more on the CWRU Boot Camp website.