Hack Reactor, SF-based Coding Academy, Announces Hack Reactor Extension Program
There’s a new program on the edtech scene: Hack Reactor announced on October 29 that it is launching Hack Reactor Extension Program, targeted at software engineers and educators wishing to start their own school, utilizing the curriculum and method developed by Hack Reactor.
The full press release is below.
“Building a coding school from scratch can take months or years, with many iterative rounds of curriculum refinement, the results of which can vary widely,” said Shawn Drost, Hack Reactor Co-Founder. “Hack Reactor Extension allows leaders to hit the ground running and utilize the most successful, outcomes-oriented coding school curriculum currently in existence to build their very own coding school.”
This year, Hack Reactor will educate more Software Engineers than Caltech, Stanford University and UC Berkeley put together. The employment rate of graduates from their three-month program is 99% with an average salary of $105,000. Hack Reactor has developed internal systems and processes to operate at scale. At the San Francisco school, they run four classes in parallel at any given time, an expansion that required additional infrastructure for program delivery, enabling the possibility of expanding to other cities with no drop-off in quality.
About Hack Reactor
Yevgeny Ioffe, or as people call him, Yev, has been working in both the startup world and established companies. His career spans from joining Xplana Learning as it launched to Cengage Learning to MBS Direct when it acquired Xplana in 2009. Yevgeny brings to EdTech Times his passion for start-ups and technology, along with his interest in the ever evolving world of edtech. Yevgeny obtained his BSc and MA from Brandeis University and MBA from Boston College.