Over the last 4 years, the Iron Yard has led the code school industry in preparing students for careers as software developers. The industry as a whole is still young and its leaders face the challenge of a nascent market, as well as the demands facing all institutions in the higher education marketplace.
In considering the current environment, the board of The Iron Yard has made the difficult decision to cease operations at all campuses after teaching out remaining summer cohorts. We will finish out summer classes completely, including career support.
While our journey is coming to an end, we will always take pride in the thousands of people our staff helped to launch new careers.
We're proud to offer coding classes in our nation's capital city. The D.C. area is home to a wide variety of tech companies, accelerators and startups, along with the organizations that are responsible for helping to run our country; and we're happy to be training the talent they need to succeed.
Web Development Basics and Interactive Web Development are currently only available in SC, NC, TN and NV. Check with your local campus for more details on coming availability in your state.
Have a couple hours? Get your feet wet and try your hand at some code.
Kayt graduated with Master’s degrees in both Museum Studies and History. She joined The Iron Yard in 2015 working at the Durham campus, since then she has worked at several other campuses before landing in Washington D.C.
Michele is a Higher Ed professional who recently relocated from Southern California to Washington D.C. She is excited to work in the tech industry and help people looking to change their career.
Michael has a Computer Science degree and over ten years of experience writing software. Working on Puppet – now used at Fortune 100 companies – ignited his career. Home has been Nashville, New York, and Tokyo. Practicing Japanese is part of his daily commute. Now in DC, he fulfills his aspirations of giving mentorship.
Russell has spent the last 10 years building businesses and helping others to grow. When not writing software applications or talking about space, Russell loves to go on trail runs and listen to his wife talk about Renaissance art.
A proud graduate of Hampton University, sherry traveled the country working for Fortune 500 corporations and large non-profits (P & G, Arrow Electronics, Inc., SHRM and the American Institute of Architects). After many years in HR & Diversity leadership, she is thrilled to land at the Iron Yard to help change the world the Iron Yard Way. Personal motto: Inspire and Aspire Greatness!
At each of our locations we offer free code classes for kids. We believe in investing in the local tech economy for the long-run, and that means impacting the next generation.
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