Using the GI Bill

Using Your GI Bill® at
Code Fellows

U.S. Veterans can use their GI Bill® towards a tech education at Code Fellows!

We've repeatedly watched military veterans become great coders. They have the drive and discipline they'll need to succeed in an ever-changing industry, and don't want to wait two or four more years before launching a new career.

Through our certification by the Veterans Administration to accept the GI Bill®, we hope to make the career transition much easier for veterans, while equipping them for high-paying, highly rewarding jobs in tech.

Why Use Your GI Bill® at Code Fellows?

We specialize in fast-paced, immersive education, a format that mirrors the training that veterans—many of whom already have technical training—have experienced already.

On average, our grads get hired 11 weeks after graduating, with a starting salary of $70K. Veterans, with their leadership skills, decision-making ability, and discipline, already have the mentality and grit that it takes to succeed during and after a coding bootcamp. Combining this with our career-ready technical training and career development workshops, veterans are set up for success in the workplace.

By working with Washington State to become certified to receive the GI Bill®, we aim to make tech jobs more available to veterans who are ready to answer the call for much-needed developers.

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Veterans Benefits Approval

Selected programs of study (Code 201, 301, and 401) at Code Fellows are approved by the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board's State Approving Agency (WTECB/SAA) for enrollment of those eligible to receive benefits under Title 38 and Title 10, USC. Code Fellows has been certified by both Washington State and Federal Veterans Administrations to accept:

  • Post-9/11 GI Bill (Ch. 33)
  • Montgomery GI Bill (Ch. 30)
  • Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment VR&E (Ch. 31)
  • Select Reserve GI Bill (Ch. 1606)
  • REAP GI Bill (Ch. 1607)
  • Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA) (Ch. 35)


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