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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.
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Galvanize cultivates tech talent for both companies and individuals with courses in full-stack web development and data science.
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Student Success Story: A Facebook Bound Data Scientist
Maggie Stewart kicked off her journey with Galvanize in November 2017 as a student of the Data Science Immersive. Less than one month after graduating, she accepted a position at Facebook and now is thrilled as ever to start making an impact as a Data Scientist. Her story starts as a high school physics teacher …
SUSTAINability at Galvanize
Combating human caused climate may be one of the biggest problems we face in the next 50+ years and there is little time to waste to make the changes needed to protect our environment and the outdoors we all love here in Colorado. As a leader in this community, Galvanize is incredibly passionate about doing …
Why Blended Learning is Best for Tech Education
Sitting through physics lecture my freshman year in undergrad was painful. I remember none of the content but I could never forget my monotone TA droning on and on about electrical fields. Traditionally, higher education required students to sit in hours of lecture, read hours of materials, and take a test on that material. What was …