The Bootcamp can be taken at two paces: Full Time or Flexible.
The Flexible Web Development Bootcamp is unique among bootcamps, in that it achieves the same end goals while remaining compatible with students' normal job schedules. In the Full Time Web Development Bootcamp, Thinkful students spend all day learning for 17 weeks straight. At this level of immersion, students require constant support, and are surrounded by a team of instructors, TA's, 1-on-1 mentors, as well as their classmates.
In select cities, Thinkful leverages local networks to match students with mentors at top companies in their area. Currently, students in Raleigh and Atlanta can attend Thinkful-sponsored meetups and get an early beachhead into both cities' tech markets.
Thinkful provides scholarships to all self-identifying women and military veterans of $100 per month for Flexible Web Development Bootcamp students. The school provides these in collaboration with Girl Code It, MotherCoders, and Operation Code. The women's scholarship can be redeemed using this link and the veteran's scholarship can be redeemed here.
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|Program: Full-time Web Development Bootcamp||Cities: Remote||Duration: 4 months||Cost: $14,000|
|Program: Flexible Web Development Bootcamp||Cities: Remote, Atlanta, Raleigh, Raleigh-Durham||Duration: 6 months||Cost: $1,500 per month|
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I truly appreciated this course, but unfortunately I cannot continue due to financial reasons. If I ever get a chance to return, I would definitely do so.
A little bit more structure with the curriculum, but overall it was the best learning experience I've had, even after college.
Hands down one of the best mentors I have come across here at Thinkful. My mentor never fails to follow up with me. I also enjoy the fact that he actually reviews my code, and quizzes me on the curriculum. He also does an awesome job of answering any questions I have.
I just got a job as a junior front end developer and I will be starting that next week.
I can't express how important and valuable my time with my mentor has been. He has helped me with big things and little things I would have never thought to ask. He is a great teacher. The curriculum is important and points you in a specific direction, and I get that it allows you to learn in a real world environment, but I would like a little more guidance. Maybe a little more hand holding, and explaining in a broken down format. Please don't get me wrong, I am learning a ton. It is already a 'good' format. There are just a couple steps to make it 'great'. But this is just my opinion, I'm sure someone else would say something completely different.
It is really good format that having a meeting with mentor however I think, at least for me as a beginner I needed more explanation and more example when It explain about new things. It is kind a hard to do project without do little research. But I really enjoy learning at Thinkful.
I achieved more than I thought I could in only 2 months with Thinkful, so it was a great confidence-booster and great way to enter the field of development. Although the material on the Thinkful site wasn't always beginner-friendly, the mentor sessions were essential in my learning and that's what I benefited from the most. Also because my mentor was so awesome. He broke down all the material in a simpler way, explained in detail, and always encouraged creativity. Couldn't ask for more. Thank you thank you thank you!
My mentor has incredibly helpful and supportive and a great resource throughout the course. I've had a great time working with him and will really miss our regular meetings. The course has helped me really develop my skills and gain a great deal of confidence in myself as a developer, and I look forward to attending the workshops and continuing my growth.