Invest in Yourself: Put Your GI Bill® Benefit to Work at General Assembly

Take the first steps toward a new career in tech through courses at GA New York and GA Washington, D.C. Veterans can now use their GI Bill® benefit to learn web development, user experience design, and data science.

Learn Today’s Sought-After Skills, and Build a New Career

Our life-changing programs come with one-on-one career and job search support — from day one of class through the day you land a role.

Web Development

Web Development


To code is to thrive in today’s digital world. Gain skills in HTML, CSS, Java, Rails, and more, and open doors to programming roles in a range of industries.

User Experience Design

User Experience Design


Become a professional problem-solver. Leverage skills including user research, design thinking, and wireframing to create easy-to-use solutions that consumers love.

Data Science

Data Science


Land a job in this growing field. Gain the tools and techniques needed to make data-driven decisions to move businesses forward: Python, SQL, machine learning, and more.

Outcomes Support

Personalized Career Guidance


Get hired. Work with a dedicated career coach for job search support, participate in career development workshops, and take advantage of networking and hiring events.

“GI Bill® eligibility means so much to me. I spend a lot of time working with Coasties who are transitioning out of the service. I know from my own experience how hard that transition is, and I believe the best way to succeed is through education.”

Scott Kirkpatrick, General Assembly President and COO, and Coast Guard Veteran

Connect With Your Local Tech Community

Learn from leaders and peers at our upcoming panel events, workshops, networking opportunities, and more geared toward our veteran community.

NYC Campus

New York City Events


Ready to carve your path in the tech world? See what’s happening at our Flatiron campus:

DC Campus

Washington, D.C. Events


Join us on campus for exclusive events and thought-provoking panels that connect the veteran community with local leaders in the tech industry.

Kickstart Your New Career in Tech

“If you're serious about breaking into tech, the military has already prepared you with a strong work ethic and time management skills. You've got a great head start on the kind of discipline GA requires to succeed.”

Kay Hudson, United States Air Force Veteran, WDI Graduate and Software Engineer