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Our Proven Process
Time-Tested by Over 3,000 Alumni
Hands-On Project-Based Learning
Every class at Juno teaches new languages and tools through exercises and interactive codealongs. You’ll graduate with portfolio-worthy projects showcasing your skills.
Content Created by Industry Experts
All of our courses are built, delivered, and updated by experts working in the industry. You’ll always be learning the most up-to-date industry standards and best practices.
In-Demand Employable Skill Sets
Each of our courses is designed to fill a demand in today’s booming tech industry. You’ll learn practical skills that make you more valuable and appealing to employers.
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Pay What You Can For Your New Career
We’re proud to be the first school in Canada to offer Income Share Agreements.
Our Web Development Immersive Bootcamp will give you the skills, experience, and support you need to make a career change. With Juno's Pay What You Can Income Share Agreements you can pay as much as you’d like, or as little as $1 upfront, for your education, and only pay us back once you’re making at least $50,000 per year. We're the experts in helping people with non-technical backgrounds build careers as web developers.Find Out More
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Having worked in education and written curriculum in a previous life, I have been impressed with the thoughtful and strategic development and implementation of the course of study. The instructors and mentors are incredibly sharp; the project work is challenging yet interesting; the environment is serious yet relaxed and fun; and the learning space is beautiful and conducive to study. But the highlight has been the community that lasts beyond the completion of a course.
Natalie Van Dine
Team Leader and Education Specialist at the National Film Board of Canada