What makes the Deep Dive Coding Bootcamps unique?
What will I need for the coding bootcamps?
Will I receive a certificate after I complete the bootcamp?
Will I receive college credit for my class?
How often is the curriculum updated?
What is the instructor to student ratio?
Am I guaranteed a job?
So what’s the job market really like for programmers?
What are typical salaries for an entry-level programmer?
Do you provide help finding a job?
Am I too old or too young to be a Deep Dive Coder?
What can I do to prepare for the Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp? Is there required prework?
Can I attend Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp if I already attend CNM or UNM?
Can the class be cancelled because of low enrollment?
How do I register?
Is there a test required to get in?
Can I use my financial aid to pay for the bootcamp, or are scholarships available?
Are any discounts available?
Are funding resources available if I’m unemployed or was laid off?
Are any other funding resources available?
Can I come see the facility before I enroll?
Can students get bus passes?
Is parking available for students?
What resources does Deep Dive Coding have for K-12 students?
Local resources for children for learning how to code:
- Be Greater Than Average
Engineering, robotics, and other STEAM summer camps for kids.
- Cultivating Coders
Bringing coding opportunities to inner-city neighborhoods, Native American reservations and isolated rural communities.
- Girls Who Code
Code Clubs for girls grades 6-12.
- Open Source Kids
Teaches computer science, electronics, and robotics to kids in New Mexico.
- Parent’s College
Math and coding workshops for the entire family.
- Coder Dojo
CoderDojo is a global volunteer-led community of free programming workshops for young people between 7 and 17.
Every December during Computer Science Education Week, Deep Dive Coding in partnernship with the CNM College of Business and Information Technology host Hour of Code events at many different CNM locations. This is a great introduction to coding for children. Check out the Deep Dive Coding website in November for more information.
Since the STEMulus Center is quite small and classes are in session M-F from 8am-5pm we are unable to conduct tours/field trips for large groups. Instead we encourage you to check out Demo Day rehearsal presentations. These occur 1 week before our students complete the course and its an opportunity to see the projects that students have been working on for the previous 10-12 weeks. Space is limited so please contact us for more information.