Serious about becoming a Software Engineer? So are we.
Project Shift is an immersive 3-month Software Engineering Fellowship designed around mentorship and graduate outcomes. Deadline to Apply is January 28.
Just 12 Fellows Accepted
We’re all about people over profit and investing deeply in mentorships, which is why we’re small and highly selective (less than 20% acceptance rate), yet inclusive of applicants from every background.
A Replacement for Computer Science
With an advanced curriculum, our graduates learn the stuff that coding bootcamps don’t teach and can do what CS grads can’t.
Some of What Our Graduates Walk Away With
900 Hours of Real World Coding Experience
Fellows build dozens of projects, including 2 final projects that they present at Demo Night in front of RDU tech companies.
A Designated Mentor
Each fellow is paired 1:1 with an experienced senior level software engineer that they meet with throughout the program for encouragement, deeper learning and connections.
A Network of Employers
Project Shift fellows quickly find jobs with local tech companies, many which come from the various networking events and happy hours Project Shift hosts throughout the program.
Indefinite Career Coaching
Starting from day 1 at Project Shift, students enroll in a complete career development track that helps them build their resumes, network and practice their interview skills. After graduation, students are paired with a career coach and will continue to meet 1 on 1 weekly until they land a Software Engineering position.
Location: WeWork – Downtown Durham, North Carolina
Upcoming Fellowship Dates: 12 weeks starting on February 18, 2019
Application Deadline: January 28, 2019
Tuition: $12,900 ($500 scholarship for women)
Financing Options: To ensure that finances are never the barrier, we have 3 different funding options.
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"I liked that Project Shift was competitive to get into and that wouldn't just accept anyone. It exceeded my expectations. The curriculum was really well thought out and the lessons were easy to learn from. Sean and Aaron have been super supportive and have put all of us in touch with people in their large network, many of whom have job openings."
Ashley Hardin, Project Shift Graduate
Software Engineer at InHerSight
"I had a job interview on the last day of the cohort with one of Sean's connections. After a follow up interview and a code challenge, I was hired.
My experience with Project Shift has turned out better than I could have ever expected. If you are passionate about programming, and you are willing to work your butt off, you will not regret this investment in your future."
Wes Jourdan, Project Shift Graduate
Software Engineer at Fugitive Labs