Our Student Success team helps our students prepare for the job search with resume and portfolio review, interview practice, and more.
We know that getting hired isn't always an easy feat. Our Student Success team is here to help. We'll coach you in helpful skills for your job search, including mock interview practice, resume reviews, portfolio guidance and more.
We’ll also connect you with our ever-growing Employer Network, a group of organizations interested in graduates from DigitalCrafts’ bootcamps.
Career Prep During Your Bootcamp
We start helping you prepare for the job search in the second week of class. We’ll review standard practices for creating and maintaining an online presence and help you set up your LinkedIn and GitHub profiles so that you can put your best foot forward with potential employers. Throughout the cohort, you will have opportunities to work on soft skills as well as technical interviewing.
Career prep takes place in the second half of the program. This is time devoted to finalizing your resume, building your portfolio, and starting job applications.
Building A Portfolio You Can Be Proud Of
Throughout your bootcamp, you’ll be assigned projects designed to help you build your skills. These projects start off smaller in scope and increase in complexity as you study new skills.
At the end of your class, you’ll have a number of projects to include in your portfolio so that you can provide potential employers with examples of what you’ve learned and demonstrate your capabilities.
Continued Job Search and Career-Preparedness Support
Our Student Success team is here for you while you're a student, and even years after you graduate. As you work to develop experience and skills, our team can help connect you with potential employers or provide you with guidance as you pursue your next steps.
*DigitalCrafts cannot guarantee employment, salary, or career advancement. The list of career paths related to these programs are based on a subset from the Bureau of Labor Statistics CIP to SOC Crosswalk. Some career paths listed above may require further education or job experience.