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Operation Code and Flatiron School offer $25,000 in scholarships for veterans

Flatiron School / 11 November 2015

In honor of veterans all over the United States, Flatiron School and Operation Code are partnering to expand professional programming opportunities for those who have served.

Throughout the years of teaching hundreds of people how to program, Flatiron School has had the privilege and honor of working with some of the nation’s finest veterans. We’re excited to expand our efforts to train those who have served our country, equipping them with the programming skills necessary to build a career.

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Two Flatiron School students working together on the Manhattan campus. The Operation Code Scholarship will offer $500 off the first month of Learn, an immersive online learning platform with a job offer guarantee. 

Accepted applicants will have the opportunity to become a professional web developer with a job offer guarantee through Learn’s Full Stack Web Development program. Learn offers an immersive online experience with a flexible schedule for its students.

Recipients will get $500 off their first month of Learn, and scholarships will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis to eligible applicants.

Are you interested in applying, or do you know a veteran who might be eligible?

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