TechIMPACT

Learn to code. Tuition free.

  • Learn to Code

    Access to high quality, accelerated training provided by General Assembly, Udacity and Software Guild in partnership with LaGuardia.

  • Free Tuition

    No-cost to eligible participants, providing access to students regardless of ability to pay. Supportive environment that gives you what you need to succeed!

  • Get Hired

    Job search assistance onnection to a large employer network of large companies and startups. Average starting salary in the high demand field of web development is over $60,000 a year.

Our Programs

LaGuardia’s Division of Adult and Continuing Education provides students with high-quality
web development classes in two programs:

■ TechIMPACT - accelerated training in web development, software development and networking administration to help young adults launch careers in high growth, high demand technology jobs. Free to eligible young adults, aged 17-29. Delivered in partnership with General Assembly, Udacity, Software Guild and Uncubed.com.

TechIMPACT students learn programming fundamentals, product development, and web development to prepare for jobs as front-end web developers. Classes begin in February, 2017. Training will take place at LaGuardia and in General Assembly’s Web Development Immersive program. To see if you are eligible, and to begin the application process, please go to our online application.

■ OpenCode – affordable, high quality web development classes, including instruction in HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Ruby On Rails. Learn More about this program.

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Upcoming Info Session

January 10, 12, 17 & 19

Have Questions?

Call us at +1 (718) 482-5449, or send us an email to lagcctechimpact@gmail.com

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