If you're looking to learn how to code, or maybe you already know a decent amount of what coding is but are seeking to expand in the field - you should apply for Tech901's Code 1.0 Introduction to Computer Science class and enhance your resume with a Harvard CS50 Certification!
Tech901 offers a program to train entry-level software developers that will give them experience in real life situations while also setting them up to succeed in their career. With learning how to code, you'll find that you can do a variety of things you weren't able to do before, like create websites and work open source jobs. One of the major skills you acquire with coding is that you start to actually understand how computers work which will definitely widen your span of expertise. Coding will also help you save money when wanting to start a business of your own, but don't quite have the finance to hire a group of coders.
Graduates of the Code 1.0 course will qualify for paid apprenticeship positions with ServiceMaster that will include short-term intensive training and a three-month paid internship. By having this certification, employers will be able to see that you're passionate about coding and you take it seriously, it will also show them that you are willing to put in the blood, sweat, and tears to ensure that their projects are completed correctly and efficiently.
What does Code 1.0 course offer?
What does this course prepare you for?
Understanding of computer science and programming
Thinking algorithmically and solving problems efficiently
How to engage in a community of like-minded learners
How to develop and present a programming project
Graduates of Tech901, employed at ServiceMaster after graduating Code 1.0.
If coding is the path you wish to take, Tech901 is a preferred non-profit organization to earn your certificate. It is also noted that as of June 14th, 2017, Code.org reports 6,599 computing jobs within Tennessee with an average salary of $74,000! Apply for Tech901's coding program!