ArticlesAbout Code Ramp

December 6, 2016by nandor

In partnership with Hack Reactor, Goodwill of Silicon Valley is offering a FREE 4-week coding course named “Code Ramp”. Code Ramp is a 60-hour, part-time course geared toward beginners with little-to-no experience in software development. In Code Ramp, students learn the fundamentals of Front-End Web Development (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript). By the end of the course, students will be adept at creating static websites and building simple web applications.

The course “Code Ramp” will prepare each student for enrollment into other Hack Reactor programs. Hack Reactor is a network of software engineering schools that train students to become software engineers. Hack Reactor’s mission is to empower students to success in new careers in Software Engineering through their accelerated, best-in-class programs and their strong and caring community. Past graduates of Hack Reactor Programs work at companies like Google, Facebook, and Uber. Hack Reactor places 98% of its graduates in jobs and the average starting salary is $105,000.

Course Schedule

– Start date: January 9, 2017

-End date: February 3rd, 2017

– Hours: Mon-Fri, 4pm-7pm

-100% attendance is mandatory and critical to your success in the program.

Code Ramp is FREE!

The enrollment cap for each course is 15 students and we will close enrollment once the course is filled.   Spots are filled on a first come first served basis.  Once a student is accepted, we will email you the exact course schedule and further details.

How to apply:

Please contact Carlos Leon at (408) 592-2286 or

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