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Meet Monk Wellington, Web Development Immersive Graduate

Monk Wellington

How has your life changed since taking WDI?

Wellington’s experience at GA and his new career as a software engineer consultant has had a profound effect on his life. He’s seen a fourfold pay increase and takes pride in sharing his endeavors, hard work, and successes with his daughter — for whom he’s the sole provider. "Now after all these years, I can not only show my daughter my accomplishments, but she benefits from them as well," says Wellington.

On GA’s community, Wellington says he still values the “active global presence.” “I could essentially reach out to anyone in the future across the globe who's connected to GA for help, and vice versa if needed.”

Learn more about how Wellington changed his career with code here.

Companies Hiring Our Graduates

Check out companies that have hired Web Development Immersive graduates from our Los Angeles campus. Our all-star career coaches support Immersive students in their job search, whether they're upskilling or just breaking into the coding industry.

Meet Some of Our Experts

General Assembly’s instructors are top professionals representing today’s leading Los Angeles-area companies.

Jonathan Boswell

Jonathan Boswell

Front-End Web Development Instructor

Jim Clark

Jim Clark

Web Development Immersive Instructor

Paul Doulatshahi

Paul Doulatshahi

Front-End Web Development Instructor

Kim Merino

Kim Merino

Front-End Web Development Instructor

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