Apply to CodeSquad
Apply to CodeSquad
Your future is on the Web

Are you ready for a career change?

Do you like to solve puzzles? Do you wonder how websites and apps are made? Our free, intensive learn-to-code bootcamp can teach you the "full stack" of web development. That includes everything from HTML and CSS to JavaScript, Node, Express, Mongo and more, plus effective communication and job readiness.

Classes start in January

Application checklist

To apply to our program:

  • You must have a high school diploma (or equivalent)
  • You must be legal to work in the United States for at least 18 months

Do you satisfy both requirements? If so, fill out an application and sign up for an HTML Workshop (LAST ONE: Jan. 6 and 8, 2020).

NO coding experience is required apply, and there is NO maximum age. Classes will be held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, 6:30pm-9pm, and Saturdays 9am-2pm. Classes run from January through June.

Sign up for the HTML Workshop

To apply to our 2020 web development bootcamp, all applicants must complete an HTML Workshop at Lena Park Community Development, 150 American Legion Hwy, Dorchester. The last scheduled workshop is happening on Monday, Jan. 6 and Wednesday, Jan. 8, from 6:30pm-9pm. In this workshop you will learn to create a basic website with multiple pages and images, and upload your work to GitHub (a popular online version-control used by professional developers).

Join our applicant mailing list

In the fall, CodeSquad holds recruiting events at
Lena Park Community Development
150 American Legion Hwy, Dorchester MA

Please click the button below to sign up for our events list.

What are the events like?

At CodeSquad recruiting events, students jump right into coding by learning HTML in a team challenge. First, we teach you enough HTML to build a simple web page for a small company, and volunteers can help if you get stuck. Next, each team presents its web page and receives informal feedback. The event concludes with a career panel featuring volunteers from the software industry and/or CodeSquad graduates, who talk about how they got started in technology and answer questions.

Ready to apply?