For veterans interested in learning how to code websites without spending 18 months or more going to school, there is a new VA-approved 14-week immersive program just for veterans called Code Platoon. Established in 2016, it was only recently approved by the VA for GI Bill eligibility on February 26, 2018.

Paying for the course

Students using their Post 9/11 GI Bill get their tuition paid by the VA directly to the school; students get the normal monthly housing allowance (calculated on the zip code for the campus located in Chicago, IL) and the book stipend. The school also offers scholarships up to $10,500 for veterans not having enough GI Bill benefits or any left to cover the cost of the course. The scholarships offered by this non-profit school are supported in part by major companies like Amazon, Motorola and Boeing.

To learn full-stack web development in 14

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