Why DigitalCrafts?

DigitalCrafts Experience

It's impossible to be unprepared once the course is over due to the abundance of resources available, including assistance with resumes, cover letters, portfolios, interview preparation, consistently updated job boards, and not to mention the personalized 1-on-1 sessions that cater to individual needs. Cody S., Cybersecurity, 2023

We build the web. So can you.

DigitalCrafts ranks among the best online coding bootcamps in 2023 by CourseReport with online programs in Software Development and Cybersecurity.

We offer students a quality experience with proven techniques.

  • No experience needed to start
  • Free Introductory Classes available
  • Program completion in as little as 15 weeks
  • Instructors with industry experience
  • Scholarships and Grants available for those who qualify
  • Reasonably priced tuition and flexible payment options
  • Complimentary AI Training Course available when you complete a DigitalCrafts Software Development or Cybersecurity certificate program

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Instructor-Led Programs by Trained Professionals

Receive hands-on and guided learning from trained professionals with real-world experience and a passion for teaching. Our flex programs allow students to work one-on-one with an instructor and complete their assignments within the guidelines of the course deadlines. Our program options allow for networking and engagement with fellow students and regular access to the instructor.

An Industry-Aligned Curriculum Built for Beginners

Crafted with beginners in mind, students can expect to work on industry-relevant exercises, tools, and projects that reflect skills utilized in the workplace. Each program’s curriculum is adapted to the market’s ever-changing needs to ensure that students engage and study the commonly needed skills among today’s employers.

An Active Community of Support

The DigitalCrafts community is an enthusiastic group of students, staff, and alumni, so support is always a quick message, phone call, or video chat away. Many students remain active in our community after graduation, through our alumni support and mentorship program.

Continuous Student Support

Student advisors schedule weekly individual meetings with students during the first few weeks of their first course to support students as they transition back into an educational environment. These meetings consist of time management assistance and reviewing courses and grades. These meeting cadences will shift depending on how the student is performing overall.

Career Services and Support

At DigitalCrafts, we support our students as they prepare to launch a potential new career path in tech. Our instructors and our Student Success Team provide students with feedback and insight in a variety of ways during and beyond their DigitalCrafts journey.

Students at DigitalCrafts have access to several pathways of support including the following:

  • Resume Feedback and Guidance: Students can receive feedback and guidance on how to develop a professional resume, cover letters, and emails to potential employers
  • Portfolio Support: Students will have assistance creating an online presence and portfolios that could be visible to potential hiring managers
  • Interview Skills: Students will have the opportunity to participate in mock interviews and discuss best practices in preparation for different types of interviews they may encounter
  • Virtual Career Fairs: Upon completion of their program, alumni may participate in virtual career fairs to learn about possible job opportunities and network with employers in their field of interest
  • Continued Support: After they graduate, students have the option to continue in the DigitalCrafts community and take advantage of career support services
  • Monthly Career Talks: Student advising has a live career talk monthly where they will cover preparing LinkedIn profiles, job search, and professional workplace etiquette. These are held via Zoom and are designed to provide opportunities for students to interact with student advising and other students.
  • Guest Speakers: Student advising host guest speakers to share insights with students. Guest speakers may cover a range of topics, but might include: navigating the job market, career spotlight, interview tips, or an alumni panel.

DigitalCrafts cannot guarantee employment, salary, or career advancement.

Bringing Diversity to Tech

New and innovative ideas come from different viewpoints, and diverse teams can help build better and more inclusive products. As an educational institution, we have the privilege and the responsibility to help change the face of tech. Our scholarships and educational alliances are designed to help underrepresented and diverse students access education and pursue a potential career path in tech-related fields.

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You Belong in Tech Scholarship

In 2020, DigitalCrafts dedicated $1 million toward a “You Belong in Tech” scholarship program to increase access to our training bootcamps and encourage a more diverse workforce of talent to pursue tech career paths. A scholarship of $250 is awarded automatically to underrepresented students in tech, including all women, African Americans, Latin Americans, and other underrepresented, diverse groups.

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City of Refuge (T2Academy)

In a partnership with the City of Refuge , DigitalCrafts helped establish the Tech Transformation Academy. The program provides access to training for students from the Bankhead community, a predominantly Black neighborhood facing systemic poverty and high unemployment rates. Students can enroll in various courses, including the web development and cybersecurity programs run by DigitalCrafts instructors.

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