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Certificate in Web Development Featured in Time Magazine Online

Students working on computers in classroomAULA’s Certificate in Web Development was recently featured in Time Magazine online. The article, entitled “Software Boot Camps Are Getting Easier to Pay For” highlighted AULA’s partnership with Sabio Coding. The collaboration created an innovative model that allows students to pursue both college credits and a Certificate in Web Development. In addition, those who are selected to participate in the Web Development Certificate program become eligible for financial aid, including grants such as the Pell Grant, Cal Grant, or other grants that can be applied to the cost of tuition.

The Certificate in Web Development equips completers for full-time careers in software engineering professions after as little as six months. Students in the program also have the ability to specialize in any area of the front-end to back-end of development technologies. The program is a learning based model. It gives students an opportunity to work on real projects with real entrepreneurs while preparing them to secure full-time positions as computer programmers. The median salary for Web developers is $60,000 a year and with a 90% job placement rate.

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Karen Hamilton

Karen Hamilton

Karen Hamilton ’17 (Antioch Los Angeles, MA) is Antioch's Director of Marketing for Content and Communications. She has used her storytelling and copywriting skills for more than twenty years, crafting articles and creating publications. She believes that communication is a powerful driver for social change.
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