Yes, after finishing OpenHub Bootcamps students get the Certificate of Completion.
 

It would be biased if we said ‘’yes, they do work’’, but let’s take a look at statistics and testimonials from students who attended our Bootcamp last years.

2017-2020 Web Development Bootcamp produced and taught at SUNY Ulster, Kingston, NY: 44 students
2020 IT Support Professional Certificate by Google produced and taught at OUBoces, Newburgh, NY: 6 students
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  • - Career switchers - mid or later career professionals looking to switch into software development from another field.
  • - High school students ready to immerse themselves in web development.
  • - College students that want to be prepared for real life projects and practical experience on new leading technologies.

Courses are equally beneficial for beginners as those with previous expertise. Acquire real life skills, learn additional topics and best practices, and join a community of techies who will be of support after the end of the course.
 

Technology is an essential part of our lives today and we can’t imagine living without it. Adopting and learning new technologies is not only limited to the IT industry, it has become a necessity for individuals who want to go further in their careers and achieve their goals. The way technology has improved the quality of our lives is just amazing.
Give yourself a quick foundation in the real-world developer skills and experience with Fast Track Web Dev Bootcamp

The OpenHub's Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp shows you how it works in the real world by teaching with real world projects. 

  • Theoretical  - vs - Practical
  • Boring, Abstract - vs - Meaningful, project based, engaging
  • Isolated modules - vs - Comprehensive meaningful skill set
  • Memorizing  - vs -  Developing Problem Solving Skills
     

Avoid the traditional coding headache: I just learned a bunch of stuff, but I don’t know what to do with it. You will get to build real projects with friends. Learn the ins and outs of serving real clients, - you can help next door small business after your first course! 
Real world jobs require real world application and problem-solving skills. Develop practical real-world developer skills in our Web Dev bootcamp so you can hit the ground running, begin making money, and add computer science later if you feel you need it.

This is great shortcut to money-earning skills while doing meaningful projects. It gives your real working experience, it gives you better understanding about the next steps in tech to become an expert.

Bootcamps are concise, intense training sessions created to prepare students for real-life projects and components for the current technology market. While gaining technical skill, bootcamp also teaches soft skills which are essential in furthering your career. They also keep you accountable, since they combine classes, office hours, and homework.

What is special about OpenHub Bootcamps is that we offer ‘’module by module'’ learning. You can take one modul and then decide if you want to continue.  Affordable and modular - you can take module by module and then decide if you wish to continue.
Solid foundation knowledge provided, applying theoretical concepts to practical experience, and always project based.
 

Bootcamps are concise, intense training sessions created to prepare students for real-life projects and components for the current technology market. While gaining technical skill, bootcamp also teaches soft skills which are essential in furthering your career. They also keep you accountable, since they combine classes, office hours, and homework.

What is special about OpenHub Bootcamps is that we offer ‘’module by module'’ learning. You can take one modul and then decide if you want to continue.  Affordable and modular - you can take module by module and then decide if you wish to continue.
Solid foundation knowledge provided, applying theoretical concepts to practical experience, and always project based.
 

OpenHub offers three bootcamps - all modular and a

  • WebDevelopment - great start for your junior developer jobs or freelance career in web design
  • IT support professional certified by Google. This bootcamp is industry recognized standard, with a growing need for IT support and tech support all levels. It gives you a rounded understanding of all IT segnents: hardware, software, networking, cybersecurity and customer support
  • Data Analytics - highly desirable skills sought by the job market. Applicable for all industries and niches, excelling your job skills no matter where you will choose to continue.

If you’re interested in becoming a web developer, data analyst or IT support professional, but you’re worried about the lack of experience or knowledge could hold you back, we’ve got great news: you don’t need a solid background in tech to enroll in our bootcamps. With determination, hard work and dedication to the program, you can be equally successful as someone who has already been in tech world.

There are no prerequisites set in stone, anyone can become a web developer or IT support professional. If you’re passionate about problem-solving challenges and you enjoy building things, you will be a great fit in the web development industry.

If you are passionate about technology itself and love helping people, it would be a great set up for IT support professional bootcamp.
IT is essentially the use of digital technology, like computers and the internet, to store and process data into useful information. The IT industry refers to the entire scope of all the jobs and resources that are related to computing technologies within society, and there are a lot of different types of jobs in this field, from network engineers who ensure computers can communicate with each other, to hardware technicians who replace and repair components, to desktop support personnel who make sure that end users can use their software properly. 

But IT isn't just about building computers and using the Internet, it's really about the people. That's the heart and soul of IT support work. IT helps people solve meaningful problems by using technology, which is why you'll see its influences in education, medicine, journalism, construction, transportation, entertainment, or really any industry.

Great tech skills are really important, but the important thing about technology is that it serves people and serves the interests of people.