Boston, MA, December 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- TechBootcamps is committed to helping veterans connect with rewarding career opportunities. Started by a former Captain in the United States Air Force, TechBootcamps will take a student from "beginner" to an employable web developer in eight (8) weeks and for a fraction of what it would cost to get a college degree. Plus, as a thank you to all individuals who have served this country, TechBootcamps is offering a $500 scholarship to all U.S. Military veterans who enroll.
During this 8-week program, students will focus on one of the most widely used Content Management System (CMS) platforms in the world. Companies that use the Drupal web development platform include the White House, Federal Express, NBCUniversal, and a host of other major companies. Current open positions for Drupal Developers can be seen on Drupal.org in their job pages. Over 17,000 open positions are listed there, under groups.Drupal.org/jobs.
Salaries for senior Drupal Developers in most large cities average in the low to mid $90,000 range, with starting salaries in the $50,000 to $60,000 range.
Additionally, TechBootcamps will have employers on site during the final week of the course to conduct interviews. If a graduate is hired by one of these companies, TechBootcamps will reimburse all or part of that student’s original tuition when the company receives the referral fee from these employers. To learn more, visit www.TechBootcamps.com.