Fullstack Academy, one of the nation’s preeminent technology bootcamps, today announced the launch of an Income Share Agreement (ISA) program enabling students to participate in tech skills training while deferring the majority of tuition costs until employment is secured.
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Applying specifically to full-time bootcamps offered at Fullstack Academy’s New York City campus, the ISA program will enhance access to Fullstack’s software development and cybersecurity bootcamps. The program furthers the organization’s commitment to diversity it established when creating the Grace Hopper Program, the country’s premier technical bootcamp for women+- students.
Under Fullstack Academy’s ISA, students can choose to defer paying tuition for the duration of the program in exchange for sharing a percentage of their post-bootcamp income on a monthly basis. The only required payment at the bootcamp’s commencement is an enrollment deposit.
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“Since our founding, we have remained focused on increasing access to high-quality tech education. ISAs will help us increase access for those who aren’t able to afford all the up-front tuition costs,” said Nimit Maru, Fullstack Academy Co-Founder and Co-CEO. “This new financing option enables students to focus more on learning and less on cost so they can benefit from our cutting-edge curriculum that effectively prepares them for a successful career in tech.”
Fullstack Academy’s award-winning curriculum has enabled its New York City campus graduates to earn a median annual salary of $85,000 on average, according to Fullstack Academy’s Council on Integrity in Results Reporting (CIRR) data. New career opportunities have come from preeminent U.S. tech companies such as Amazon, Google, Facebook, and more.
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