Has Nashville’s Tech Job Market Recovered From COVID-19?
Jan 28, 2021
Probably the most common question we get from adults considering a career upgrade or change is some variation of: “How many of your graduates get jobs?” COVID-19 and the resultant blow to the economy has only heightened interest in the answer to that question. We thought it would be useful to give an update on what our graduates are actually experiencing in the current local economy. Read More

Topics: News, Community

Looking Forward To 2021
Dec 28, 2020
While 2020 was a year like no other, it’s time to look ahead to all the exciting things in store for NSS, our students, and Seekers in the new year! Read More

Topics: News

2020 Year In Review: Milestones at NSS
Dec 21, 2020
While we all anticipate 2021 with bated breath, we don’t want to forget the many firsts and major milestones that 2020 brought along for NSS. Join us in reflecting on all the good that came out of 2020! Read More

Topics: News

GI BillⓇ - New Admissions Restrictions Delayed
Dec 17, 2020
Great news! The changes to the VA's 85/15 rule were just delayed and are now scheduled to go into effect on July 1, 2021. That means we're opening our bootcamps starting January through June 2021 back up to GI BillⓇ applicants. We are still pursuing a waiver to the new 85/15 rule with the VA, but this delay gives us more time to not only pursue that waiver but explore other ways to help veterans in Middle Tennessee. Read More

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Year-end Update on COVID-19 and NSS's Plans To Return To In-person Classes
Dec 17, 2020
NSS will continue to be completely online and remote through at least the end of June 2021. We still believe July is an optimistic date for bringing classes back into the classroom full-time but it doesn’t feel completely unrealistic. Read More

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COVID-19 Update: Remaining Remote Until at Least April 2021
Oct 15, 2020
NSS has decided to continue to deliver our classes online/remote until at least April 4, 2021. Based on what has transpired with the coronavirus in the last three months, we cannot see that it has become any safer for us to put 25 to 30 students and instructors in a single classroom. We hope that we’ll be able to get back together in-person sooner rather than later. But as we keep saying, it’s not going to happen until we believe we can keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible. Read More

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NSS Announces Fellowship Program To Connect Employers With Graduates
Oct 15, 2020
We’re excited to announce our Fellowship Program that will connect employers with graduates for short-term projects. The Fellowship Program is designed to provide Seekers with a paid “apprenticeship” (small “a” - it’s not a Registered Apprenticeship program, but it serves the same end - real on-the-job experience). Read about how this program is designed to help our Seekers gain the experience as they seek their first jobs after graduation. Read More

Topics: Hiring?, News, Community

We Have A Problem - You Can Help Us Solve It
Sep 28, 2020
2020 has been quite the year. For NSS, it began with the celebration of our 1000th graduate in February. But one month later, the pandemic hit and we all faced new challenges. There were all kinds of gaps between how we did things and how COVID-19 required us to act. But, there’s one big gap we haven’t been able to close - the slowdown in hiring of junior software developers, data analysts, and data scientists that started in mid-March. Here's how you can help. Read More

Topics: News, Mind The Gap

The 2020 Analytics Summit Embraces The Virtual Experience
Sep 24, 2020
The buzz from this year’s Analytics Summit is still lingering in the virtual halls of NSS. On Monday and Tuesday, many of our Analytics + Data Science students had the opportunity to attend The Analytics Summit and learn more about data and the career paths they have chosen. Read More

Topics: News, Community, Analytics + Data Science

Nashville Software School Featured in cityCURRENT’s Virtual Non-profit Tour Series
Aug 19, 2020
NSS had the privilege of showing cityCurrent around our facilities last week in their Virtual Non-profit Tour! Check out the video of the tour to hear from NSS founder and CEO John Wark, alumna Caroline Brownlee, now with eviCore Healthcare, and community members who support and hire our students, Rich Rader and Andy Holt, also with eviCore Healthcare! Read More

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