Become a Full-Stack Web Developer in 12 Weeks. Really.
Our 12-week Coding Bootcamp will transform you from a tech fan into a job-ready full-stack web developer.
Learn to Code.
Learn to code the right way – by coding! You’ll learn the most sought-after skills in tech with guidance from our team of experienced instructors.
Build a Portfolio
Build real websites, APIs, and data-driven apps while collaborating with classmates on a range of projects. Graduate with a portfolio of projects to show to prospective employers.
Get Hired as a Junior Programmer
Launch your new career in web development with the support of our placement coordinator through every step of the job search.
We teach the skills you need to kickstart your career as a developer and a lifelong learner. From programming fundamentals to launching full-stack web apps, you’ll learn to solve problems with code while applying the best industry practices in a collaborative environment.
Build full-scale web apps using the MERN Stack and learn database schema design with MongoDB. Build custom API’s to serve data to your app and deploy your web apps live to the world.
Learn to collaborate with others to produce high quality software. You will work with a team to build an application, participate in hackathons and present your final project at an industry event.
Jona learned to code because six years ago he wanted to make a Thing. That’s also why he writes things other than code, like words. He’s a big fan of words, in fact, and is also a long-time Lion King aficionado. On the same note, he’s worked at such places as IBM, Amobee, and Gartner – all of which helped him understand the Circle of [a Coder’s] Life. Likewise, he enjoys playing frisbee – which is circular as well.
Tal is an experienced full stack developer, starting his career in IDF’s Unit 8200, where he also instructed in the unit’s prestigious code Bootcamp course. He then worked in companies such as SafeBreach and Gartner and also had his own startup. Passionate about technology, innovative education and loves traveling all over the world.
A career is not a job. It is your pathway towards reaching your own personal and professional goals. Each graduate of Elevation receives one-on-one mentoring, access to job readiness training, connections to employers, and opportunities to hone new skills.
Our trainers and programs provide students with the most in-demand industry-grade skills and opportunities to build a career they love. You will hear lectures by industry experts on topics related to code, entrepreneurship, soft skills and more. You will be paired with an industry mentor and present your final project at an industry event.
Build a strong resumé with one-on-one coaching support. Practice your interview skills and learn how to present your code and discuss open source contributions.
Daily review and code exercises that reinforce concepts and skills.
Practice new skills, work on labs solo or in groups, and receive further instruction on key topics for the day.
Instructor office hours and support.
TAs are on hand to support the class in completing daily assignments and review exercises.
Our admissions process is designed to determine who we think will succeed as a software engineer. Either way, we want to help you take the next step in your journey.
Submit the short application form and coding challenge. Be sure to apply at least 8-10 weeks in advance.
Have an in-person (or video) interview.
Complete all course pre-work before your first day of class. Take approximately 60 hours into consideration.
There’s never been a better time to start a career as a web developer.
From startups to large companies, there is a consistent demand for developers who both write high-quality code and experienced problem solvers who can design creative solutions.
Our curriculum is based on the most in-demand technical skills that employers look for in a junior web developer. By the end of this intensive bootcamp, you will be able to:
We teach Node, MongoDB and SQL. You will be able to build interactive websites from end-to-end (client, server, and DB). Most importantly, we provide you with the tools and skills to think like a developer and quickly pick up new languages and skills on your own.
You will also participate in hackathons, group projects and mentoring and a final project presentation.
Employers don’t just hire based on someone’s skills and qualifications, but also on their personality, work ethic and interpersonal skills. For this reason we accept students who are not only strong analytical thinkers, but also are passionate, humble and willing to work hard.
The Elevation Coding Bootcamp is 12 weeks long and full-time. Actual time spent on the course consists of class on Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm.
There is an additional ~20 hours of homework per week.
Since our coding bootcamp is taking place in Panama, part of the idea is to enjoy what each location has to offer. A typical day may start with a yoga class or a surf lesson. We’ll then meet in class for an interactive lecture about a particular skill or topic. You will then read through the course curriculum with a partner and practice your newly learned skills by working on a coding project. Our Coding Bootcamp support team is there to offer help and guidance every step of the way.
English. It’s an international program, we’ll be meeting people from different places around the world.
Coding Bootcampers excel in both small and large companies. The kinds of jobs graduates get vary, and can range from Junior Front-End and Back-End Web Developers to QA positions. It all depends on the needs of the organization and your desire and capabilities.
We can’t guarantee you a job, no one can. We provide all students with career development and placement assistance. The demand for web developers is always growing, and we do our best to prepare our students for careers as junior full-stack web developers.
Don’t worry! We have set up our bootcamp to ensure every student gets personalized attention and support. You’ll have our amazing Coding Bootcamp Instructor and TA available for you there at all time. Additionally, we’ll be working with a flexible syllabus, that will allow us to feel the class and adjust our lessons accordingly if needed, in real time.
Yes. Every student must complete the Pre-Work at least 1 week before the start date. Completing the pre-work is very important for preparing us to day 1 of the coding bootcamp. Lack of that pre-work might result in having a hard time mastering the course content and completing our coding bootcamp. If you’re having trouble with the pre-work or require extra help, we could offer free Pre-Work online meetups held from our Tel Aviv campus (In English).
All information regarding the Pre-Work meetups will be emailed to you before the course begins.