What’s a Beta Builder?
The Beta Builder program teaches students from City of Pittsburgh Schools how to code and write software. It is organized by Academy Pittsburgh, the City’s only web developer boot camp for adults. The Beta Builders program is taught by young software engineers and local certified teachers. Each session runs three hours on Saturday through August 2017. Transportation assistance is available and light snacks will be provided. The learning is hands on, team-based, and organized around building real websites and software applications. Sessions are held in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh at Academy Pittsburgh.
Sessions start date is tentatively scheduled for April 22nd, 2017.
Application deadline is April 7, 2017 at 5PM.
Beta Builders is a FREE program funded by the Pittsburgh Foundation. Participants must have signed parents approval before participating. Beta Builders is instructed by real software engineers and certified teachers. All staff members have Pennsylvania child abuse history clearance and criminal background checks. Additionally, all staff members have had their finger prints registered in the required federal database.