Year In Review

Dec 21, 2015
John Wark

Nashville Software School’s mission is to expand the technology workforce in middle Tennessee by providing motivated individuals with access to a career in software development through training, mentorship and apprenticeship.

As the only registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit coding camp in the Southeast, Nashville Software School has delivered on its promise to create a pipeline of software engineering talent into a tech community that greatly needs it.

Key 2015 statistics:

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Number of graduates. Number of graduates in the Apprentice Program. Placement rate for graduates who have been in the job market for at least 90 days.

Key statistics since NSS launched in 2012:

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Number of former songwriters, musicians, English teachers, journalists, chemists, baristas, Army captains, MBAs, architects and account managers turned into junior developers by the end of 2015 Middle Tennessee companies that have hired one or more NSS graduates.

We are poised for more growth in 2016. In February, we will move to a new, larger space on Interstate Boulevard where we’ll expand the number of students and add new programs. Please consider Nashville Software School in your year-end giving plans.

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