devCodeCamp: Former Governor Scott Walker tours devCodeCamp, applauds income share agreements

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May 28th, 2019

Former Governor Scott Walker Tours devCodeCamp, Applauds Income Share Agreements

Milwaukee, WI – devCodeCamp welcomed former Governor Scott Walker to campus on Tuesday, May 28th, where he toured the education space and applauded the Income Share Agreement program. Please find quotes below from devCodeCamp founder James Brent, Startup Milwaukee founder Matt Cordio, and Scanalytics Inc. Co-Founder/CEO Joe Scanlin.

“I want to thank Governor Scott Walker for touring our campus today. He truly understands how important Income Share Agreements are to a graduate’s future. Nothing is more important than our students’ success and we are proud Governor Walker stands behind our mission and supports devCodeCamp’s efforts to provide an excellent education with zero loan debt.” – devCodeCamp founder James Brent.

“devCodeCamp educates Wisconsin’s next leaders in the tech industry.  As the founder of Skills Pipeline, I understand the struggles recent graduates face as they begin their careers. It’s obvious devCodeCamp is committed to watching its graduates succeed by offering an Income Share Agreement program and I commend their dedication to students.” – Skill Pipeline Founder Matt Cordio.

“As Wisconsin’s tech industry rapidly grows, it’s important that our state has a talented pool of skilled applicants in the job market. Coding boot camps like devCodeCamp are not only preparing graduates with the real world skills they need to succeed in our state’s tech industry, but they are also allowing students to graduate debt free by offering Income Share Agreements.” – Scanalytics Inc. Co-Founder/CEO Joe Scanlin.

About devCodeCamp

devCodeCamp is a full-stack web development school located in Milwaukee’s historic Ward 4 building. Over the course of a 12-week program, students learn the nuts and bolts of software engineering in a fully immersive environment. Based on 2016 & 2017 audited outcome reports, over 90% of devCodeCamp students find employment after graduation and have gone on to work for a number of major companies, including U.S. Bank, Rockwell Automation, Baird, and the Milwaukee Brewers, earning median annual salaries of $52k per year. Benefits provided by the GI Bill for veterans also cover tuition at devCodeCamp. For more information, visit devcodecamp.com.

To apply for the Student Investment Program also known as an Income Share Agreement, go to: https://devcodecamp.com/apply/

In an era where student loan debt now tops $1.5 trillion nationwide, ISAs like devCodeCamp’s Student Investment Program provide students the ability to pursue their careers without the burden of debt. Until students make over $40k, they will not have any payments to devCodeCamp. If students were to get laid off and lose their income or cannot find employment that pays them $40k or more, payments would stop until they found employment again.

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