Study Where You Want
The DigitalCrafts Class Experience - Online or In-person
DigitalCrafts has made all bootcamps available for online streaming to create remote learning experiences and increase access to its programs for students across the U.S. Beginning in mid-2023, select classes will be available to attend in-person at our Atlanta campus. You can expect a challenging, rewarding, and effective education in a virtual setting or side-by-side with your peers.
Connect with a community of students from various backgrounds, get hands-on collaboration, enjoy smaller class sizes, and receive the support you need to pursue new skills and a potential career path in tech.
What Can You Expect in Class?
Live Instructor-Led Training
Online classes are live streamed via Zoom. In-person classes are held at our Atlanta campus.
- Full-Time Programs:
Monday - Friday
10:00a - 6:00p (ET)
- Part-Time Programs:
Tuesdays / Thursdays
6:30p - 9:30p (ET)
10:00a - 2:00p (ET)
Daily Lectures: Each day, students can participate in everything from engaging discussions and lectures to demonstrations and practice.
Group Work: Structured peer learning and collaboration are essential components of our curriculum. Students will use collaboration and communications tools to work on group assignments and projects and participate in pair-programming exercises.
Projects and Lab Time: The best learning is done by doing and simulating real-world work activities. You can expect time to work on portfolio projects that utilize and simulate commonly used skills and tools.
Dedicated Staff Support
Each class is supported by DigitalCrafts staff dedicated to your educational success.
- Lead Instructor: An experienced industry professional trained in each course’s topics, provides the bulk of instruction and guidance throughout your class.
- Teaching Assistant: A trained professional may be available to provide additional hands-on support and guidance with projects, exercises, and assignments. (Typically 1 teaching assistant per 8 students in a class).
- Operations Coordinator: An operations coordinator is available to provide administrative support throughout your journey and help ensure you’re satisfied with your experience.
- Job Search Support: The DigitalCrafts Student Success Team will be introduced early in the class, aiding in job search preparedness with career-focused days and training.
These one-hour online workshops occur monthly and will cover topics outside of the course curriculum to supplement your continued learning and development.
The Student Success Team hosts career days, providing guidance and resources for your job search and may bring in guest speakers for networking or career advice.
Canvas - LMS
DigitalCrafts uses Canvas, a learning management system to deliver necessary class materials including the syllabus, assignments, grades, and more.
Students will collaborate with classmates and tap into the DigitalCrafts community using Slack, our online communication tool.
Alex R., a 2019 web development graduate, talks about why he chose a coding bootcamp instead of pursuing a Computer Science degree. He shares his experience as a DigitalCrafts student.
“If I had a question about anything, I would ask my teacher and he was more than helpful in explaining it. In the 2 jobs that I've had since I graduated, I've used technologies that I learned from DigitalCrafts, whether it be Express, Node, React, you name it. I honestly don't feel like I'd be where I'm at now, doing what I do, if I didn't take that step and apply.”
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