Introducing Hack Reactor Remote Part Time Beta: Hack Reactor's industry tested curriculum, taught over nine months. This beta program is designed for people who want the outstanding learning and career outcomes associated with the full time immersive, but are unable to quit their job. The flexible evening and weekend hours make this course ideal for people who have family or other responsibilities that preclude attending a full time program. It is also opportune for frontend developers, product managers, QA engineers, marketers, and designers looking to expand their technical experience.
The Hack Reactor Experience
Master the Fundamentals while Exploring new Tech
Build production-grade web applications
Many programs teach in-demand technologies. At Hack Reactor we go further, weaving together bleeding-edge tech and Computer Science fundamentals, so that you can pick up new languages, libraries and frameworks at will. Because next year’s most important tech trends might not exist today.
Our course is results-focused. Students learn technologies and fundamentals, then immediately put them into action with carefully designed assignments and personal projects that students conceive of and build from the ground up.
Think Like a Software Engineer
Top Career Support
Professional software engineers have defined goals, but no roadmap of how to get there. Our students don’t just follow directions, they learn how to chart the course.
Prep for a competitive job market with our resume assistance and career coaching. By representing your skills well on paper and in interviews, you’ll be ready for everything from startups to major tech firms.
Hack Reactor Remote Part Time Beta is Right For You If...
You are looking for a part-time program that is otherwise the same as our remote immersive.
You are looking for a more rigorous, community-focused learning experience than self-paced or solo options.
You want to keep your current job while going through the program so you can deepen your technical knowledge.
You want to experience and benefit from pair-programming, a hallmark of Hack Reactor.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the structure of the program?
The class is 100% online and we are currently enrolling students for our July cohort.
For the first four and a half months, the program takes place on Wednesday nights (6-9 PM Pacific Time) and Saturdays (9am-6pm Pacific Time). The second half of the program is centered around project work, and there is more flexibility in terms of how students manage time.
Is the program self-paced?
No, students are expected to commit 15 hours per week and attend class on Wedsday evenings and Saturdays. (Future cohorts may vary in terms of schedule.)
What if there is a scheduling conflict?
Students can arrange in advance to "solo" 1-3 sprints, just as in our immersive program.
How much does it cost?
Are there financing options?
Yes, in addition to our normal financing options, we are willing to make special accomodations for motivated students who would otherwise not be able to afford the full tuition up front. Preference is given to early applicants.
Is the Hack Reactor Scholarship available to part-time students?
Yes. Please contact email@example.com for more info.
What if I can't afford the tuition? Are payment plans available?
Please fill out the interest form. If the only thing holding you back is financial constraints, let's talk about ways to make this work!
When does the next cohort begin?
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Are there any other cohorts planned after July?
Future cohorts shod be announced soon; however, schedul may be different.
When should I apply?
ASAP! There is a nontrivial amount of work to be done after admission and before the first day of class, so sooner is better.
How do I prepare for admission?
First, fill out the interest form.
Additionally, check out Hack Reactor Prep to prepare for your interview. We offer a free, self-paced product in addition to a (paid) mentor-supported experience.