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Are you looking for a new career in an in-demand field, with higher wages, and growth potential? Code/IT Academy is a free upskilling program for new economy jobs in web development. Take a step toward a brighter future! There’s no cost and no risk. Invest just 10 weeks in Code/IT’s free training to start making a life change.
The summer 2022 program will focus on web development. No previous experience in web development or coding is needed. You’ll gain a basic understanding of essential web development skills and business practices and learn to build websites using HTML and CSS, following the principles of “mobile first” and responsive web design. (Not sure what that means? No worries, that’s what this class is for!)
Class meets downtown at The Mill two nights each week, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:45-7:15 pm. Ivy Tech Bloomington faculty lead the classes, and you’ll also meet regularly one-on-one with career coaches from Ivy Tech’s Career Coaching and Employer Connections to ensure your success. Participants will receive a part-time membership at The Mill, giving you a gorgeous workspace with fast wifi and a friendly community to support and inspire you.
Get a taste of a new career, acquire in-demand skills, and gain confidence in your ability to build a new future for yourself!
Registration for the summer session is closed. Subscribe to be notified when applications open for the fall session!
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- No cost for training
- No eligibility restrictions
- All classes are in person at The Mill (no virtual option)
- Sessions are every Tuesday & Thursday, 5:45-7:15 pm
- Time commitment outside of class is about 3 hours a week
- Access to laptops provided to those in need
- Preference is given to those without a college degree
Spring 2022 graduates celebrate!
A partnership between Duke Energy, The Mill, Ivy Tech Bloomington, and the City of Bloomington, Code/IT Academy includes curriculum, career coaches, technical coaches, academic resources, and job placement support after the course.
Code/IT Academy is made possible by a generous grant from the Duke Energy Foundation. The Duke Energy Foundation’s Powerful Communities program makes strategic investments to build powerful communities where our natural resources thrive, students can excel and a talented workforce drives economic prosperity for all. The Foundation annually funds more than $30 million to communities throughout Duke Energy’s sevenstate service area.
Code/IT Academy produces motivated graduates who are ready to work hard and change their lives. If you’re interested in helping grow our local talent pool in coding, IT, and tech, please reach out. Our employer partners work with us in a variety of ways, including holding mock interviews to build skills or holding real interviews to find talent. Add your contact information to our list to be notified of opportunities!
This is such a perfect example of another way that Bloomington is continuing to lead the way in the world, with the collaboration you’ve brought together, and the skill set that graduates have learned to become part of an emerging economy.