Our downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn campuses are the perfect springboard for a career in tech. You're immersed in a community of instructors and colleagues who support and challenge you. Outside, you're minutes away from some of the world’s top tech companies — and they’re hiring.
Our grads launch new careers
For job-seeking Manhattan graduates included in the 2019 Jobs Report including full-time salaried roles, full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, and freelance roles, and part-time roles during the reporting period (see full Jobs Report here).
For job-seeking Manhattan students who accepted full-time salaried jobs during the reporting period and disclosed their compensation. The average starting salary for students who took full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance roles and disclosed compensation was $32/hr. Average pay for a part-time role was $33/hr (see full Jobs Report report here).
Our students challenge and energize one another. They push each other to do more, think bigger, and go further than they ever could on their own.
Students work like they’re on a real dev team, receiving comprehensive programming training from the best faculty in the business.
Students work in close proximity, allowing ideas to form through collaboration – and fast friendships to grow among classmates.
Our New York courses
2020世界杯40强赛赛程Since we opened our doors in 2012, thousands of students have joined us to launch new careers in tech. On our Manhattan & Brooklyn campuses, your journey toward your next career will be in good hands.
Where our grads work
Meet the New York team
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Jelani began his career in the nonprofit sector. After rising through the marketing and fundraising ranks, he decided to switch gears and begin working in the startup world. After helping a few smaller startups, he joined Flatiron School in February 2019.
Caryn began her journey at Fullstack Academy, working as a software developer with small webdev startups and in tech education at Google’s Code Next program and Udacity. She's passionate about equity in tech and now works to grow tech diversity as an instructor at Flatiron School.