Applications for our Fall 2023 session are now open!
Training and Internship:
Training is offered at no cost to students in partnership with nonprofits and employers.
12-week no cost software development training focused on Java, Responsive Web Design, SQL, fundamentals of databases, Agile/Scrum, introduction to Cloud Computing, soft skills, workplace success skills and mentoring.
(virtual classes M-Th 9:30 am - 1:00 pm MST).
8-12 week paid internship (30-40 hours/week)*
High School Diploma/GED
Authorization to work in the U.S
If you live in the Greater Phoenix Area, please fill out the pre-application form (WIOA Enrollment form) here.
If you have questions, contact Reeta Devi from Chicanos Por La Causa - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you live in the Hopi Nation, please fill out this application form.
If you have questions, contact Melvina Johnson from Hopi Workforce Development - MJohnson@hopi.nsn.us
If you are from Alaska and applying through Sealaska, apply here.
*Internship is dependent on successful completion of training and availability of internship opportunities with employers. Stipends may be provided.
Coding skills are in high demand
Seven million job openings in 2015 were in occupations which value coding skills. This corresponds to 20% of “career track” jobs, defined as those which pay a national living wage of at least $15/hour.
Coding Skills are Not Just for Programmers
Coding skills are of value to candidates across five major job categories:
• Information Technology (IT) workers
• Data Analysts
• Artists and Designers
Coding skills Provide an Avenue to High-Income Jobs
Half of jobs in the top income quartile (>$57,000 per year) are in occupations which commonly require coding skills from job applicants.
Coding Jobs Pay More
Jobs requiring coding skills pay $22,000 per year more than jobs that don’t: $84,000 vs $62,000 per year. (This analysis includes only “career track” jobs.)
Coding Jobs are Growing Faster than the Job Market
Programming jobs are growing fastest, 50% faster than the market overall. In general, programming jobs are growing 12% faster than the market average.
According to the study by Burning Glass Technologies and Oracle Academy (2016), "Beyond Point and Click - the Expanding Demand for Coding Skills" based on an analysis of millions of job postings across the United States.
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