Launch Academy

Launch Academy is an immersive, 10-week, on location software development apprenticeship program that graduates and places junior web developers specialized in Ruby on Rails. We start you on your path to success via an 8-week interactive pre-learning program before you even arrive on-site. Following the 10-week on-site program we provide 6-months of Post-Grad Support to assure your continued upward trend in your new career (you wouldn’t walk a tight-rope the first time without a net… would you?). Launchers work on real projects provided by real companies seeking talent around the world. The conversation with these companies starts sooner and is more genuine as it revolves around technology, not recruiting. We don’t limit you to a small set of companies that benefit us. Rather, we provide many introductions and resources to align the best fit for you. We remove the transactional nature of the introduction so you can build relationships without monetary related impediments. Be part of a 10 week, intensive program transforming eager learners into rising stars within the web development community. Learn web development with Ruby On Rails by building real software under the guidance of well-established and influential software developers. Leverage our mentors and fellow students to accelerate your learning in a dynamic top-tier learning environment.

Quick Facts

  • Primary Language: Ruby on Rails
  • Tuition: $10,000
  • Hours: 600

Other Topics

HTML CSS Javascript Ruby

Contact Info

33 Harrison Avenue, Suite 501, Boston

Staticmap?center=42.344052,-71.045988&zoom=15&size=400x400&sensor=false&markers=color:blue%7clabel:launch academy%7c42.344052,-71

@LaunchAcademy_ tweets


"human cognitive machinery is fundamentally incompatible with conventional schooling"

Thanks @mhebertglo for getting our Fall Launchers prepared for career day!

Wireframing the last small group project of the cohort.

Ben shares his perspective on Company Projects we're piloting. RT @bcutrell: The Signal and the Tweet

"59 percent of respondents do not believe colleges...adequately prepare students for today's workforce."

  Built at Bitmaker Labs   Crowdtiltcircle   Powered by Crowdtilt
Contact Us || Github