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is a veteran operated 501(C)(3) charitable non-profit dedicated to filling the wide chasm between technical expertise needed and available with early stage transitioning veterans and active duty military spouses through software development training and education.
Launched in 2014, Vets Who Code is a non-profit dedicated to filling the wide chasm between technical expertise needed and available to America’s best. Our vision is to close the digital talent gap and ease career transition for military veterans, through software development training. We believe that those who serve in uniform can be the digital economy’s most productive and innovative assets. Vets Who Code prepares them to enter society with new skills for exciting careers.
Vets Who Code is a reintegration solution for veterans that believes in the principle of "To Teach a Man To Fish" to revitalize early stage transitioning veterans. Many veterans are not homeless, but are un- and under-employed. Some have a deep desire to be independent business owners. Their skill sets are desperately needed to enhance local economies and to drive innovation. Vets Who Code is a conversion point and launch pad for these veterans.
We focus on the skills you need for the software industry.
Our workflow ensures that you can learn from anywhere.
Learn to think and solve problems like a programmer.
Our focus is on you being employment ready.
We push each other to get better, together.
Our partners become your partners.
Someone is always available to ask a question.
For the qualifiying veterans, we ask nothing from you but to be a beacon for the world.
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We provide mentoring hours so that you can get the help you need.
We continue to support you with tools, introductions and advice to empower you.
We are brothers and sisters first, and we will keep it that way.
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