How to Pursue Your Coding Career During COVID-19

At Coding Dojo, positive student outcomes are our #1 priority – not only the skills you learn and the new careers you may embark on, but also your health and safety outcomes. We’re taking various measures to protect the well-being of our students and staff, while also ensuring that our students are meeting their goals, and we’re maintaining the quality of our instruction.

Due to the escalation of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have moved all of our campuses to online operations and instruction temporarily. This change is effective March 16, 2020. We will continually monitor the situation and follow all national, state, and local mandates or recommendations to ensure the safety of our students and staff. We will reopen our onsite operations as soon as we can! 

We know our students enjoy the onsite experience, the value of camaraderie with their cohortmates, as well as one-on-one sessions with instructors and Career Services Managers. So, we’re doing everything we can to create a digital version of our amazing onsite Dojo experience.  

We’ve set up a suite of online tools so the instruction schedule and your learning experience will remain unchanged. With our tools, you can still attend class, collaborate with classmates, work with instructors and Career Services Managers one-on-one, and even play games with your friends. To see what you can expect from our remote learning program, please read this blog post

Our team has taught online programs, including Full-Time Online, for more than four years – so rest assured that you’ll be in great hands! 

For real time updates on the COVID-19 outbreak, please refer to the resources prepared by the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

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