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San José State U Launching Tech Bootcamps on Coding and Cyber Security

San José State University is partnering with Fullstack Academy to create two new Tech Bootcamp programs focused on coding and cyber security. The programs are designed for early-career or experienced professionals, require no previous tech background, and can be completed in 26 weeks. The goal: to "equip students with the skills and portfolios they need to qualify for tech jobs in the region," according to a news announcement.

"Given our proximity to some of the tech world's most prominent businesses, it was imperative that we expand our curriculum with coding and cybersecurity programs for people at all different stages in their careers," said SJSU College of Professional and Global Education Dean Ruth Duran Huard, in a statement. "Through similar programs with acclaimed learning institutions throughout the U.S., Fullstack Academy has established a name for itself as an ideal partner. We're proud to announce this alliance and look forward to launching these coding and cyber bootcamps."

The programs with launch in an online format, with hybrid and in-person options available on the SJSU in the future, depending on local and university COVID-19 guidelines. Applications will open in September. A request form is available here for those interested in further information.

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