Why learn to code? With more than one million tech jobs currently available in the U.S., learning to code is the latest skill set required to ensure gainful employment. Project Tech Teens adds quality to the students education that most U.S. high schools are not prepared to offer. Learning how to code will help students think about education in a more technological manner, providing the necessary skills to progress with advancing technology. Find out how.
The average four-year college tuition in the U.S. is $80,000.00. The average starting salary for a 2014 college graduate is $45,000. The average Computer Science starting salary for 2014 is $102,000 and the average Computer Engineering starting salary for 2014 is $106,000.00. At Project Tech Teens, we prepare students to seriously consider a career in Computer Science or Computer Engineering by exposing them to the hard and soft skills to be successful in the tech industry. The cost of attending our tech boot camp is a fraction of the cost of a four-year college education, making the Project Tech Teens experience a worthy investment towards your child’s future. Learn More