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What is Galvanize?
Galvanize is a collection of modern, urban campuses where people can access the skills and network they need in-person or online to level up in tech. Our culture is shaped by first-time entrepreneurs and growing startups, to Fortune 1000 companies.
Learn inPhoenix, AZ
Galvanize cultivates tech talent for both companies and individuals with courses in full-stack web development and data science.
Upcoming Events inPhoenix, AZ
Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:30pm MST
AZ Tech Council Lunch & Learn: The Next Frontier of Interactive Marketing
Tuesday, 6:00pm - 9:00pm MST
Tuesday, 7:00pm - 10:00pm MST
PHP Developer Meetup
Work inPhoenix, AZ
Top Tier Mentors From Leading Startups and Fortune 500s
Product, Growth, Fundraising, and Team Workshops
15+ per month
Network of Entrepreneurs, Industry Executives, and Startup Leaders
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Galvanize Success Story: From Outdoor Ad Sales to Global Web Developer at Crocs
In January 2017, Jordan Stephenson joined the Galvanize Web Development Immersive to kick-start her career. Jordan grew up in a small town outside of Kansas City and received a Bachelors & Masters in Gerontology from Oklahoma State University. After college, Jordan pursued a career in Gerontology but realized she needed to obtain a Ph.D. to …
Building your Network at SXSW
In 2017, over 420,000 people participated in SXSWeek with over 70,000 attending the interactive, film, and music festival. The influx people flocking to our fair capital city of Austin leaves ample opportunity to make new connections to people across industries. Networking in such a chaotic environment can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. …