Pavel Altukhov had two degrees and an impressive career as a financial analyst. His job was rewarding, but he worried that his skills weren’t marketable enough.  Wanting to stay relevant in today’s rapidly evolving job market, Pavel decided to make...
Sarah Kinneer always wanted to do something with purpose. She was a special education teacher for 14 years—a job that demanded a great deal of emotional stamina and energy.  Having the opportunity to impact so many students made Sarah proud,...
Rich Dutton enrolled at the UW Extended Campus Coding Boot Camp to expand his already diverse skill set. He knew that in order to make himself more marketable, he had to widen his knowledge and learn something entirely foreign...
U.S. veterans form a strong backbone of loyalty, perseverance, and professionalism for the country. They have sacrificed time with their families, put on hold their careers, and set aside their own needs to serve our nation with pride and...
It’s no secret that, in California, the technology industry is big business. Almost 10% of the state’s workforce is employed in tech, and the economic impact of the industry overall is $482 billion. California ranks #1 in innovation, as...
DreamTeamDesigns, a team of programmers consisting of Ben Harris, Geoff George, Edward Cheever, and Robert Hardin, took home the championship title at the Next Level Competition (NLC) in July. Their winning project was Fridge2Table, an application that lets users...
Silver Ehiwario’s new career started with one wish: “I want to be creative.” Unfortunately, with a BS in engineering from Nigeria and a master’s in chemical engineering from Colorado, Silver was on a career path that wasn’t conducive to...
In 2015, Rutgers University took a bold step into the future of education by becoming Trilogy's first university partner. At the time, no other university offered anything like a coding bootcamp. But Rutgers—and specifically the university’s visionary Vice President...
Lisa Leslie got hooked on technology at an early age. She grew up playing games on her family’s computer and took every opportunity to tinker around on the Web.  "I've always been extremely curious about how the internet works," she...
According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 78% of full-time workers say they live paycheck to paycheck or are in debt. One of the most common reasons why students cannot enroll in a skills-based training program is because they simply...

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