Take the proven path to a high-income career with professional mentorship and support, flexible ways to pay, and real-world, project-based learning.
Software Engineers run websites, make apps functional, and ensure we can shop online. Put simply, they make the web work.
Our payment plans are built around your needs. Whether you can finance your studies upfront, or want to pay us back when you've secured a job, we've got you covered.
Build accessible, functional, and creative web pages and applications.
Design secure application program interfaces.
Simplify and resolve common computer science problems.
Manage web development projects using Agile methodology.
Launch your career as a web developer.
Commit to a full-time schedule and graduate sooner, or fit your study into the rest of your life as you learn part-time.
Study with a cohort, at an accelerated pace.
Study independently, with lots of flexibility.
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Stephanie Chamblee, Thinkful Grad
Previous Job: Office Manager
Current Job: Associate Software Engineer, BrightLink
The curriculum is very focused on getting you a career in software development. Two days after the program, I got two job offers. Where I'm working now... I love it.
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Please reach out to our admissions team to find the latest start dates on the corresponding course page of interest.
We offer Immersion programs (full-time) and Flex programs (part-time) for many of our courses. Please visit Thinkful.com to find the latest start dates on the corresponding course page of interest.
Instructors are chosen based on their academic credentials, relevant industry experience, and teaching ability. Thinkful collects weekly feedback from students and staff on program curriculum, projects, and overall student experience in order to evaluate the quality of each program. In addition to student experience, Thinkful also considers industry demand for particular skill sets and success rates with each program in order to look for areas of improvement, ensuring that each program has successful outcomes that matches Thinkful’s mission on a quarterly basis.
The minimum requirements to serve as a mentor, technical expert, or faculty for all Thinkful programs include:
3+ years of relevant industry experience
Demonstration of genuine student advocacy and empathy for beginners
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
You are fully supported from the moment you join Thinkful with a comprehensive, personalized approach to your success that means that while you’re learning online, you’re never alone. Regardless of the program you choose, you’ll have access to:
1:1 Mentorship -- you’ll be assigned a mentor whose focus is on getting you hired and helping you build a profile that best shows off your skills and strengths
Technical coaches/Thinkchat -- in addition to technical coaching and office hours sessions, our newly launched virtual messaging platform means you can get answers to study-related questions in real time.
Access to a Slack community -- you’ll have plenty of chances to pair with and learn from your fellow students in a safe, fun, online environment.
We also offer a free 15-day access period for our UX/UI, Software Engineering, Product Management part-time programs, which includes access to course material, two mentor sessions and a meeting with our Admissions team.
As of now, mentors are assigned by Thinkful based on fit and availability and cannot be chosen by students. The minimum requirements to serve as a mentor is 3+ years of relevant industry experience, demonstration of genuine student advocacy and empathy for beginners and exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Thinkful is dedicated to educating and connecting students to career opportunities via curated workshops and post-graduation support. The Careers team at Thinkful empowers students through a host of programming and resources that are aimed at career advancement as well as transparent outcomes. We provide career support in the form of
Individual and group sessions
Mock behavioral and technical interviews
Curated technological content
Thematic workshops and career-focused Q&As, topics for which include but are not limited to networking, technical landscape, resume and LinkedIn reviews, cover letter writing, negotiating, navigating the job search, and interview preparation
Referrals to participating employer partners
Our programs require a computer with high-speed internet access and video capability, including a webcam, a microphone, and speakers. Your computer must be available and ready to use prior to the first day of class. It's important to note that your program cannot be completed on a tablet or smartphone, and we don't provide computers to students. You must own or have access to a personal computer with at least 4GB RAM, at least 1.8 GHz processor (above 2 Ghz recommended), and at least 100 GB HD.
We also highly recommend having a pair of headphones for the best possible learning experience. Macs must have the most current OS version installed, and PCs must be using either Windows 10 (or newer Windows operating systems) or a current version of a Linux operating system.