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Juno Bootcamp Admissions Process

Updated as of January 14, 2020

Since becoming a registered Private Career College in 2016, interest in our Web Development Immersive Bootcamp Program has exceeded even our greatest hopes. We’re thrilled by the excitement being shared about what we’re doing, and we appreciate every application that comes our way. While we are committed to achieving the best possible results for those we accept to our Bootcamp, we also want to make sure that our Bootcamp Admissions process is transparent. Applying to Juno is a big decision, and we want to ensure you have all the information you need to feel informed and prepared for the process ahead.


The first step in the Juno Application Process is… to apply! You can submit an application anytime via this page. There are no longer official deadlines to apply for our bootcamp (so apply as soon as you’re ready!) and you can apply anytime for any bootcamp within the next year (for example, you can apply today for any bootcamp that starts between today and this date next year). We are able to offer Early Acceptances to qualified candidates, so there is a benefit to applying early!

Please take time with your application! We ask these questions for a reason. Your application will be considered throughout the application process, and an application that doesn’t include enough details may be rejected.


Based on your application, your video interview and your tech challenge, you may be invited to the final stage of our application process: an in-person or video interview with Sarah, our Manager of Career Services. It’s her job to ensure 100% of our graduates get jobs, so she’s keen to meet as many bootcamp applicants as possible. The interview is her chance to get to know you a little better, follow up on anything you mentioned in your application that she’s like more info about, and also check in on a few important details that are critical to success in our program. In some cases, you might also be invited to interview with our CEO, Heather. She’s been involved in selecting students since Day 1, so she knows what she’s looking for.


If you’re selected to move forward to the next step, you’ll receive an invitation to complete a Video Interview, and you have three days to complete it. During the interview, you’ll be asked a variety of questions – both oral and written – and you’ll record your answers for us to review within a few days.

Bring energy and enthusiasm to your answers! There aren’t always “right” or “wrong” responses to our questions – we want to see how you think through your answers. Show us who you are and what you’re about! This is also the stage where we’ll ask a few important questions to ensure you are eligible for the bootcamp.


We also want to get a sense of your HTML & CSS skills. They don’t have to be perfect! And people have been admitted to the bootcamp without extensive knowledge of HTML & CSS. It all depends on what else you bring to the table.

We’ll send you an email with some instructions for you to follow. Essentially, you’ll be required to try and replicate an image of a website using HTML & CSS and make it responsive. You can use the internet as a resource, so part of what we’re assessing is your ability to google things (a critical developer skill). You have a week to complete our technical assessment.

Not sure your HTML & CSS skills are up to snuff? There is still a place for you at Juno. Many (actually, most!) students who join our bootcamp actually get their start in our part-time web development courses. We like when people start out slow – it gives you the chance to really explore web development to see if it’s the career for you, plus you get to take Juno for a test drive! We offer a $2000 discount on the bootcamp to anyone who completes our part-time web development courses before being admitted to the bootcamp. We offer an additional $1000 discount on the bootcamp to anyone who completes any other part-time courses at Juno, such as our JavaScript courses, which are also a great way to prepare for Juno’s Bootcamp.


If we choose you as one of our “early acceptances”, you’ll find out that you’ve been accepted to Juno shortly after your interview with Sarah, even if it’s for a bootcamp in the distant future. If you’re not chosen for an early acceptance spot, you’ll have to wait a little longer for the official word, but during that time we encourage you to continue improving yourself as an applicant, especially by continuing to develop your coding skills. Upon acceptance of our offer to join, you’ll be sent our enrolment contract to sign, and then you’ll receive an invoice for a 50% deposit (plus $250 registration fee). Once your deposit is paid, you’re all set! The balance is due one month before your bootcamp kicks off.


For more information about our Admissions Process, please contact us at info@junocollege.com