Nathan Schmidt’s professional experience is nothing if not diverse. He has worked in a warehouse for UPS, served the U.S. Army as a cryptologic linguist, and today, synthesizes his coding and military backgrounds as a software developer for defense...
With a bachelor’s and master’s in engineering, Minal Karani spent six years as a professor in west India. Then one day Minal and her husband decided to move to the United States. They chose New York. Minal had always...
A lighting electrician turned software engineer, Byron Miller rebooted his career by attending the Coding Boot Camp at UNC Charlotte, powered by Trilogy Education. Get a sneak peek at what drew him in—and the true value he got from...
Dalton Ricker was originally set to enroll at Georgia Tech for college. In a last-minute pivot, he decided to attend the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Little did he know that after earning a degree in marine engineering systems and...
As a high school student in Chicago, Melvin Hernandez was accepted into the engineering program at a prestigious local university. However, because he was an undocumented immigrant, he didn’t qualify for in-state tuition. Melvin is one of the DREAMers...
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...
Cami La Porte’s career was the stuff most kids dream of. She got her start as a streaming gamer and freelance video producer and quickly moved on to work for top-tier gaming companies like Blizzard Entertainment. But despite working in...
If career growth begins at the end of your comfort zone, then Chilean native Cynthia Huallanca is on her way to great professional achievements. In 2016, she threw familiarity to the wayside, trading in her homeland’s snow-capped mountains for...
After graduating from the McCombs School of Business at UT Austin, Ezequiel Calderon Jr. moved to San Francisco to work as a software management consultant at PwC. After four years, though, he began thinking about what he wanted next....
It can be difficult to develop a “whatever-it-takes” mentality to make the impossible possible. But for Fernando Aguilar, who completed the Trilogy-powered University of Arizona Coding Boot Camp, this drive comes naturally.  Fernando’s path to the boot camp wasn’t exactly...

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