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Coding Bootcamp for Women and Nonbinary Students

The Grace Hopper Software Engineering Immersive

The Grace Hopper Program at Fullstack Academy is a live online coding bootcamp designed exclusively for women and non-binary students.

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Program at a Glance


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The Grace Hopper Program Experience

Top-Rated Coding Bootcamp

The Grace Hopper Program is a highly rated coding school in the US, and our student reviews reflect that.

Dedicated Career Coaching

Get hired with the support of professional career coaching designed to help you overcome barriers and launch your ideal career as a software engineer.

Industry-Experienced Instructors

Learn from passionate programmers with tech industry experience. From large open-source libraries to quantum computer simulators, they’ve programmed it all.

In-Demand Curriculum

Graduate job-ready with JavaScript coding skills and a portfolio to show potential employers.

Real-World Coding Tools

Use popular developer tools like Git, GitHub, VS Code, and Chrome Dev Tools. Plus, you’ll get access to a free generative AI elective course featuring tools like ChatGPT and Bing AI.

Culture of Collaboration

Work in pairs and small teams to improve your code and learn how to present it in a professional context at the same time.

Why Choose a Full-Time Coding Bootcamp for Women

  • Comprehensive learning outcomes. The Grace Hopper Program full-time coding bootcamp is designed with the same curriculum concepts, web development projects, career support, and outcomes as the Fullstack Academy flagship Software Engineering Immersive. That means you don’t have to sacrifice valuable instruction in favor of a gender-allied learning community—you can have it all!

  • Accelerated instructional pace. Full-time coding bootcamp classes are held on every weekday. This allows you to make rigorous bootcamp learning your primary focus and start reaping the rewards sooner—preparing to enter the field in 12 weeks (3 months).

  • Community and Accountability. Regular attendance and outside-of-class study are essential for success in bootcamp learning, but can be difficult to maintain. According to the Pew Research Center, this is especially true for women and nonbinary coders, who often carry heavier domestic workloads than their male counterparts.

The Grace Hopper Program full-time coding bootcamp environment fosters a built-in community of peers with the shared goal of becoming professional software engineers. Through hands-on pair programming exercises and multiple channels of communication, you and your classmates can get assistance, support, and motivation from each other so everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential throughout bootcamp and beyond.

Learn more about Grace Hopper Program career outcomes.

What You'll Learn

The Grace Hopper Program Full-Time Software Engineering Bootcamp utilizes utilizes an in-demand, JavaScript-based core curriculum.

You’ll also learn how to apply generative AI in web development using ChatGPT, Bing AI, and more with a free elective course.

  • Foundations On-Ramp

    The Software Engineering Immersive begins with a comprehensive Foundations on-ramp to support both intermediate and beginner coders. Designed to help all students reach a uniform skill level, Foundations covers the basic tenets of programming to prepare for the core curriculum—which moves through more advanced, specialized JavaScript concepts at a rapid bootcamp pace.

    Foundational Software Engineering Curriculum

    • HTML and CSS

    • Introduction to JavaScript programming

    • Advanced JavaScript including closure, prototypical inheritance, and recursion

    • Web development environment and industry-standard tools

    Foundations On-Ramp Features

    • Supports learners of all skill levels

    • Student-centered, inquiry-based learning in teams

    • Instructor-facilitated, live online classroom format

    • Immersive digital learning tools

    • At the end of this unit, you will complete a project to apply your skills

  • You’ll study HTML5, CSS, and advanced CSS—and go beyond with fundamental Javascript concepts.


    • HTML5

    • CSS

    • JavaScript

    • Git and GitHub


    • Web Interface and Design - You’ll learn how content and imagery are best displayed on a website.
    • Front-End Framework - You’ll start to understand pre-written modules and their primary use cases in web development.


    • Pair Programming - Working with a fellow student, you’ll each use your newfound knowledge to write and optimize front-end code. This helps you build real-world experience and prepare for technical coding interviews.
  • You’ll apply your JavaScript skills with the amazing ecosystem of libraries that have made JavaScript the industry standard of web engineering. We’ll also teach you to use APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) to connect to vast amounts of data to power your web applications.


    • JavaScript

    • JavaScript APIs

    • React, React Router, and React Hooks

    • Redux


    • Test-Driven Development (TDD) - Particularly relevant in JavaScript development, the TDD methodology allows developers to test new code before writing it—preserving its former iteration in case of incompatibilities or errors.


    • Prototyping - Throughout bootcamp, you’ll begin each project by scoping, researching, and beginning to build full stack web applications—touching on every stage of a typical, real-world prototype development process.
  • You’ll master data organization and storage by working with SQL relational databases and learn how to integrate them into your applications. Then, it’s time to start building your own full stack application!


    • JavaScript

    • SQL


    • Full Stack Capstone Project - You will work with a team of students to come up with an ambitious idea for an app, and start building it out. This will be the most impressive project in your portfolio and will demonstrate your full understanding of software development and industry best practices.
    • Full Stack Project Pitching - After formulating your own idea for a web or mobile application, you’ll pitch it to the class. Taking market, design, and utility considerations into account, you’ll understand through your pitch process how development projects come to fruition in real-world scenarios.


    • Portfolio Development - As you complete your full stack web development projects, all your code will be housed in GitHub to demonstrate your technical prowess and creativity to potential employers.
    • Career Coaching - Grace Hopper Program Career Coaches are your one-stop professional development resource. They’ll work with you on core aspects of the job search–from interview preparation to resume optimization–throughout the final stages of your bootcamp experience and beyond.

Tuition and Dates

NEW! Tuition for the Grace Hopper Program has been reduced. Students will now pay $14,995 (a savings of over 20%) as part of our ongoing mission to enable women and nonbinary professionals to thrive in tech.

Plus, for a limited time, you can save an additional $4,000 on the Part-Time Grace Hopper Program Coding Bootcamp with the Ada Lovelace Scholarship.

Tuition: $19,910 $14,995

Ada Lovelace Scholarship: -$4,000

Reduced Tuition w/ Scholarship: $10,995

A refundable deposit of $99, applied to your total tuition, is due at the time of enrollment. The deposit is refundable up until the end of the first week of classes.

  • For a limited time, apply and enroll in the upcoming Part-Time Grace Hopper Program cohort by 9/3/2024 and save $4,000 on tuition with the Ada Lovelace Scholarship!

    Additional scholarship opportunities may be available for certain communities.

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  • Pay for your bootcamp tuition in affordable, predictable monthly installments.

*Offer eligibility: Upon admittance into the program, pay the $99 refundable deposit in full prior to the enrollment date.

Learn more about each of these ways to invest in your bootcamp education.

Upcoming Cohorts

The Grace Hopper Program is currently enrolling for the Part-Time Software Engineering Immersive, which features the same gender-allied environment and curriculum as the full-time program—plus the flexibility of a part-time, evening class schedule.

If full-time learning is best for you, complete the form above. You’ll be added to the waitlist for the next Grace Hopper Program Full-Time cohort, or you can consider the Fullstack Academy Full-Time Software Engineering Immersive to start your program sooner.

Full-Time Software Engineering Immersive Daily Schedule

You’ll get a full live online classroom experience with your classmates and instructors through a mix of live instruction, coding exercises, and team projects. No two days are the same, but here’s an example of what a typical day looks like in the Software Engineering Immersive full-time schedule.



Your morning starts with a self-led review of notes and other learning materials to prepare for class.


You’ll receive live instruction from a Grace Hopper Program instructor, followed by a real-time demonstration of each new tool or technology and a live Q&A.


You will then apply what you’ve learned in guided practice or collaborative exercises (pair programming) designed to simulate real-world coding challenges.


You’ll complete a workshop exercise with your classmates, and receive support from your instructional team.

If you need additional support with your learning outside of classes, office hours are available at select times Monday-Saturday each week.

Professional Career Coaching

Throughout the course, Grace Hopper Program students will gain valuable insight into how to secure meaningful, lucrative employment. A career-oriented curriculum combines with experience-informed career coaching to support your full personal, technical, and professional potential as a software engineer. You’ll receive guidance in:

  • Growing your professional network

  • Building and expressing your personal brand, skill set, and unique talents

  • Optimizing your resume and LinkedIn profile

  • Acing interviews and assessments

  • Negotiating your salary

  • Combating imposter syndrome and other systemic barriers

  • Navigating company culture fit as an underrepresented professional

With full transparency around challenges disproportionally faced by women and gender nonconforming professionals in tech, our instructors and career coaches are focused on helping you achieve your idea of success.

Grace Hopper Grads Get Hired

Companies of all industries are hiring for remote and in-person software engineering positions across the US. Particularly within tech hubs like New York and California, lucrative coding career opportunities continue to be prominent throughout the professional landscape.

Admissions Process

1. Prepare

The Grace Hopper Program curriculum is designed to accommodate all skill levels, but you should start practicing the basics, scheduling additional weekly study time, and optimizing your tech specs upfront.

2. Apply

Apply online whenever you’re ready, or contact a student advisor to learn more. You can also attend an upcoming online info session for guidance—from admissions to payment options.

3. Assessment

Once you’ve applied, we’ll contact you to complete a no-risk online coding assessment. This is a timed exercise with a 30-minute allotment designed to help determine your starting skill level.

4. Decision

We’ll review your completed application and alert you of your admissions status in as few as 1-3 business days.

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Make your mark as a software engineer.

The Grace Hopper Program at Fullstack Academy gives women and non-binary students the skills and support to land a life-changing job in tech—plus the confidence to turn it into a thriving career.

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