Using GI Bill Benefits for Coding Bootcamp
It’s easy to see why. Veterans are dedicated, hard-working, and creative individuals who have a slew of competing opportunities as they transition to civilian life. Using GI Bill benefits to gain coding skills, veterans are setting themselves up for lucrative and versatile career paths. Plus, they’ve already completed one bootcamp during their initial military training – what’s one more?
Just like the military: Teamwork at our bootcamps is a central pillar of our program.The camaraderie-focused learning environment at Coding Dojo has been a natural fit for veterans.
Best of all, it’s extremely easy for veterans to enroll in our bootcamp using your GI Bill benefits. All we need is a valid Certificate of Eligibility (COE), then you can enroll almost immediately for any upcoming cohort.
Your COE can be easily obtained by logging into your online e-benefits portal and taking a screenshot of your entitlement information. If you don’t have an active COE, please call the Education Call Center at 1-888-442-4551 to get the process started.
Currently, only our Bellevue campus is allowed to accept GI Bill benefits. But, we’re actively working with the Veterans Association so we can accept GI Bill benefits, as well as the newly-created VET TEC program, at additional campuses. We hope to have updates on this front very soon, so stay tuned!
If you are a veteran who is interested in transforming your life through programming literacy, start an application today — or get in touch with a Coding Dojo representative to learn more. If you missed our previous posts celebrating three recent veteran graduates, you can read their stories below:
From the Marine Corps to Coding Bootcamp, Meet Bellevue Graduate Tom Hollingshead
The Rewards of Resilience: the Story of US Coast Guard Veteran Larry Overman
Cross-Country Coding Adventures: the Story of US Air Force Veteran Justin Honey