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Meet Jerome Hardaway, Web Development Immersive Graduate

Jerome Hardaway

Helping Vets Through Code

Jerome Hardaway, like many other veterans returning to civilian society, struggled to find his path after serving in the Air Force in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He craved a more creative career and knew the tech industry was growing rapidly, so he decided to pursue web development through General Assembly’s Web Development Immersive course in New York. He used his new skills to create his own nonprofit to empower other veterans and servicemembers through coding. “I tell people I’ve gone from no job to having one,” he says. “I can’t understate the importance of General Assembly.”

Learn more about Hardaway’s story here.

Companies Hiring Our Graduates

Check out companies that have hired Web Development Immersive graduates from our New York City 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 New York City-area companies.

Saimon Sharif

Saimon Sharif

JavaScript Development Instructor

Drake Talley

Drake Talley

Web Development Immersive Instructor

Kim Goulbourne

Kim Goulbourne

Front-End Web Development Instructor

Chandler Moisen

Chandler Moisen

Front-End Web Development Instructor

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