Founded in 2015, Tech Elevator has taken an innovative and committed approach to the way students learn tech concepts. With 6 cities across the US (including Detroit), Tech Elevator is dedicated to the advancement of it’s students. With a world class staff and modern curriculum, Tech Elevator aims to change the way students get an education.
Programs at Tech Elevator lasts for a total of 14 weeks and is a full-time program. Courses take place Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Classes begin at 9:00am with morning lecture. Students then go over new ideas and prepare for additional coding challenges. Students are allowed a one hour lunch break starting at 12:00 PM. At 1:00pm, students participate in group work and practice pair programming. After 2 hours, students then participate in one on one or group discussions. At 4:30 PM, students take part in the Pathway Program which prepares students for the workforce after graduation. At 5:30 PM, students wrap up work for the day.
Graduates of Tech Elevator earn up to $58,000 per year at their first job after graduation. Tech Elevator has a job placement rate of 94%. In addition to participating in the Pathways program, students will also have a wide variety of unique projects in their portfolio to help distinguish them from the competition. With the help of dedicated staff at Tech Elevator, students will go from tech newbies to employed in no time!
Tuition at Tech Elevator is $15,500. The company believes that the curriculum at Tech Elevator is worth every penny and sees the payment as an investment in student’s futures. Tech Elevator is committed to the success of every student and believes that everyone should have an opportunity to attend a bootcamp. That’s why they’ve partnered with a variety of lenders including <a href="https://www.salliemae.com/">Sallie Mae</a>. Sallie Mae offers students a unique program that allows for students to finance an additional $5,000 in living expenses. Tech Elevator is a major partner of the <a href="https://hfls.org/">Hebrew Free Loan Organization</a> which offers interest free loans for tuition assistance and also accepts the GI Bill. The company encourages those with disabilities to apply for educational funding from the government through a variety of programs.