Flatiron School is a global school that trains students in 21st century skills like software engineering, data science, and UX/UI Design. Flatiron School's on-campus and online Immersive courses have a proven track record of impressive job placement outcomes (http://flatironschool.com/outcomes) and include dedicated career coaching, job placement support, and a money-back guarantee (see details (http://flatironschool.com/terms)). Since its founding in 2012, Flatiron School has graduated thousands of students. Acquired by WeWork in 2017, Flatiron School’s mission is to empower people to change things — their careers, lives, and the world.
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Flatiron School is a proud sponsor of the San Francisco HTML5 Developer Group: the largest Web Development Meetup in the world! They host monthly events in San Francisco with presentations by the industry's leading experts in cutting-edge web technologies. Past speakers include superstars like Paul Irish, Parisa Tabriz, Jen Simmons, Bruce Lawson, Steve Souders, Divya Manian, Brian Leroux, Pamela Fox, Christian Heilmann, Rachel Nabors, and many more.
Come network with the Flatiron School and we will answer any questions you have on our Bootcamp Courses, Financial Aid Options, Career Services, and Money Back Guarantee policies and enjoy the SFHTML 5 featured guest speaker for the month!
At every event, generous sponsors provide an extensive networking and demo hour with catered dinner, dessert, wine tasting, a wide variety of non-alcoholic beverages, and sometimes even a cocktail designed especially for the event.
A night to celebrate our alumnae’s journey's to landing jobs at Stitch Fix and Facebook.
Koren C, Product Manager at Facebook (Software Engineer, in-person)
Sophia H., Software Engineer at Stitch Fix (Software Engineering, Online)
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Join the Women of Flatiron School for an evening of honest conversation about their successes and challenges during their time at Flatiron, and learn where they are now as working professionals in the Bay Area.
Alumnae will speak on their non technical backgrounds prior to Flatiron, what studying in person and online are like, and what aspects to consider when deciding what to study, all designed to help you confidently decide how to take the next step in your career.