At These Schools, You Don’t Pay a Penny in Tuition Until You Get a Job
- August 23, 2016
- Posted by: Kerry Schneider
- Category: Uncategorized
By: Salvador Rodriguez
After finishing up her undergraduate degree in creative writing at San Francisco State, Monica Williams knew she wanted to pivot and become a software engineer. The problem was, she wasn’t sure how to pursue that path.
With no prior coding experience, Williams, 22, didn’t feel she could apply for traditional master’s or bachelor’s computer science programs. And with tens of thousands of dollars in student loans, paying another $10,000 for a three-month coding bootcamp was a daunting thought.