Become a Software Developer in Four Months
Are you a critical-thinker who enjoys solving problems? Are you interested in earning a median wage of $45 per hour in a laid back environment? Look no further!
Codeup is a career accelerator that prepares you to become a software developer, even if you have no prior coding experience. In addition to extensive training and hands-on experience, Codeup will coach you along the way for interviews and enhance your networking skills so you can meet future employers.
As many as 91 percent of graduates are hired within six months and increase their earning power by up to $17,000 a year.
It gets better. With the help of Workforce Solutions Alamo and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), tuition up to $15,000 will be paid for those who are eligible.
* Must qualify for WIOA prior to class enrollment *
Classes are full-time for four months starting at the end of March 2017. Call us today!
Ph: 210-582-1740 or
Youth ages 16-24:
Health Care Pathways Program
Case Managers are available at each Workforce Solutions Alamo Career Center to assist with questions about eligibility and enrollment. A list of approved training providers will be available during your visit. For questions about the Healthcare Pathways Program, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (210) 582-1740.
Automotive Service Technician
WSA Youth Services and Southern Careers Institute – North Campus has partnered up for an automotive apprenticeship program. Eligible youth will receive funding up to $7,500 for training. Youth participants must complete program eligibility process and meet income guidelines.
Participants of the appreticeship will receive classroom instruction in the morning and will have an opportunity to do hands-on work for Group 1 Automotive at one of their sites: Freedom Chevrolet, Volkswagen-Alamo Heights and Mercedes Benz – Boerne. Students will be paid $8 per hour and earn badges for specific skill sets as they progress through different levels of training.
For additional information, please contact:
Youth ages 16-24:
Funding is available to eligible applicants for a wide variety of occupational/vocational training programs. Click here for a list of all approved training programs and providers serving the Alamo Area.