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Dec 10 2015   Phoenix Business Journal

Why a Denver software school chose the Warehouse District in downtown Phoenix

Why Denver-based Galvanize, which runs programming and coding training programs, chose to expand into downtown Phoenix's Warehouse District is a matter of simple mathematics. While a study by Newmark …

Dec 10 2015   Tech Rockies

Galvanize To Open New Campus In Phoenix

Denver-based coding school operator Galvanize is planning an expansion to Phoenix, Arizona, the company said Wednesday

Sep 22 2015   Forbes

The Cities With The Most Technology Jobs And The Jobs That Pay The Most

Check out the videos on the website of three-year-old coding school Galvanize and you will meet Dan Mo …

Aug 25 2015   The Denver Post

Certification Schools, Outreach to Women, Millennials Boost Qualified Tech Workforce

COIN researchers interviewed Chris Onan, co-founder of Galvanize, which has graduated 200 students. Of its data-science grads, 93 percent found a job within six months and averaged a $115,000 starting …

Aug 24 2015   VentureBeat

Galvanize Partners with Nvent to Launch Data Engineering Courses this Fall

Technical education company Galvanize is offering a new course for interested students, starting this fall. Available only in San Francisco, students can

Aug 12 2015   Austin Business Journal

Galvanize to Set Up Shop in Downtown Austin Office

Coding school and co-working space operator Galvanize Inc. has confirmed plans to open offices next year in a new tower being built in downtown Austin. The Denver-based co …

Jul 30 2015   On Point with Tom Ashbrook

Coding Camps Climb Professional Ranks

From barista to tech wiz, computer coding boot camps are hot, vaulting their graduates in just months into high-paying jobs. We’ll look at the surge and speak with Galvanize CEO Jim Deters.   …

Jul 28 2015   The New York Times

As Tech Booms, Workers Turn to Coding for Career Change

Paul Minton, a 26-year-old math major, took a three-month course in computer programming and data analysis. As a waiter, he made $20,000 a year. His starting salary las …

Jul 24 2015   International Business Times

Independent Tech Coding Schools Are Helping Silicon Valley With Its Race Problem

Many other coding schools make their programs available to women and minority students by offering scholarships through the help of partners like Women Who Code or #YesWeCode, which helps train minori …

Jul 13 2015   Skilledup

Employers and Coding Bootcamps Tackle Tech Diversity

Galvanize, which has coding bootcamps and similar career accelerators in data science, recently offered the Reverend Jesse Jackson Scholarship in Data Science. Funded by Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow …

Jun 09 2015   eCampusNews

Everything Goes in First-of-its-kind Data Science Degree

Launched in March, UNH’s Master of Science in Data Science is the product of an unusual partnership with Galvanize, a company that is part tec …

May 26 2015   USA TODAY

Is The Tech Industry Making Progress on Diversity?

We've seen Intel and Apple put millions of dollars behind efforts to increase their pipeline of talent. Google for Entrepreneurs (GFE) launched its Next Wave program with CODE2040's Residency program …

May 19 2015   Tech Cocktail

Galvanize Gets Major Legal Talent by Hiring Stephanie Donner

It’s long been the goal for Denver-based Galvanize to create on-ramps for anyone with ambition and aptitude to have access to technical skill and entrepreneurship. They believe in making education a …

May 04 2015   denverpost

Galvanize offers $50,000 STEM scholarship, targets Latinos

Spurred by an internal study showing that Latino students were the least represented at its schools, Galvanize on Monday unveiled a $50,000 scholarship to encourage Latino students to enroll in course …

Apr 03 2015   FORBES

A New Generation of Engineering Schools

The national skills gap is well documented in the mainstream media and a top priority for policymakers and CEOs alike.  Our system of higher education produces only one STEM graduate for every 2.5 jo …