MAKE MORE MONEY
No matter what your background is, you can learn programming skills that employers and clients need. Web developers in the U.S. earn $64,000 per year just on average—and upwards of $250,000 at the top end—making it one of the highest-paying jobs that don’t require a college degree.
10X YOUR FREEDOM AND FLEXIBILITY
Build your own schedule around what you decide matters most: picking up your kids from school, taking a hike with the dog, or booking your next Airbnb in Berlin or Bali. (Did we say 10x? Try 1000x.)
LOVE YOUR WORK
Wake up everyday and feel valuable, stimulated, and excited to open your laptop. No two days are the same, and you’ll get paid to do something other people do for FUN.
Meet 8 Skillcrush alumni who found careers they LOVE with their new tech skills.
"I GOT A JOB!!!! My interviewer was super impressed by the skills I took the initiative to learn on my own. I was able to "talk the talk," so to speak, which was great! I feel confident going into my new role in just 2 weeks!”
“I really thought I was stuck between a rock and a hard place after I graduated college with a liberal arts degree and needed more schooling—and scholarships—in order to get a decent job. My life has completely changed! All of my friends and family are so impressed, and it has brought a certain kind of confidence in my abilities not only as a "techie" but as a mom, and person in general that I could switch careers and understand and DO it. You really can't put a price on that.”
“I used to work in retail and I just don't see myself ever going back—my career outlook has completely changed! Now I am a Junior Developer at a small business that needs their site updated. I work directly with the Lead Developer to launch new products, debug issues, and alter styles for each viewport. The best part about my job is that I'm also being paid to learn!”