Your web development career starts here.
Through a partnership with TechHire Rhode Island (powered by Opportunity@Work), Tech Collective, and the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training, General Assembly is proud to support tech sector growth and and offer its flagship Web Development Immersive training in RI.
The program is designed to prepare up to 30 residents of RI with in-demand web development skills and increase the overall pipeline of tech talent for local businesses.
With curricula developed in partnership with leading industry employers and training delivered by General Assembly, this 13-week program (running May 29 through August 24, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm) will prepare participants for competitive, full-time jobs post graduation.
Learn and apply the skills you need to start a career in code.
Build real websites, APIs, and data-driven apps while collaborating with classmates on a range of projects.
Launch your new career in web development with the support of our career counselors through every step of the job search.
Offered free of cost to selected applicants that complete General Assembly's competitive application process; this program is designed to be a flexible path for residents of Rhode Island who are committed to training for and connecting to full-time employment as entry-level Web Developers.
If you meet the eligibility requirements below, and are determined to gain the 21st century skills that are in high demand by the most innovative companies in Rhode Island – apply now.
Be a resident of Rhode Island
Be at least 18 years old
Have a high school degree or equivalent
Currently unemployed or underemployed
Be authorized to work in the United States
We love questions, almost as much as we love providing answers. Here are a few samplings of what we're typically asked, along with our responses:
There's never been a better time to start a career as a web developer. From startups to Fortune 100 companies, there is a consistent demand for developers who both write high-quality code and experienced problem solvers who can design creative solutions.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
In order to be admitted to this program, you must complete a competitive application process that includes the course application, application to the Rhode Island program, interview, and admissions tasks.