GI Bill ® funding
Your GI Bill® benefits will go further with Eleven Fifty Academy’s 12 Week Coding Bootcamps
The world needs more coders and the opportunities in Indiana are endless.
Most jobs in and out of the technology industry need employees with coding
skills. By learning the skills to fill these positions, you can set your sights on
better-paying jobs with more room to advance.
Who qualifies for GI Bill ® Funding at Eleven Fifty Academy?
Members from all branches of the military who meet the GI Bill ® requirements are eligible.
What is covered under the GI Bill®?
The following eligibility information is accurate as of 5/10/18. Please visit
www.vets.gov/gi-bill-comparison-tool for up-to-date information.
$13,500 for Tuition
$1,427 for Housing
$1,000 for Books
What is the process for using the funds?
Complete the application and be sure
to select the branch of the military you served. A member of the Eleven
Fifty admissions team will reach out to you if accepted.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
GI Bill Accepted Coding Bootcamps at Eleven Fifty Academy
Immerse yourself in a 12-week coding bootcamp to give you the SmartStart you need to launch or enhance your career. Our hands-on bootcamps teach top skills employers are looking for by faculty with industry experience. Knowledge is power, but skills pay the bills.
Microsoft .NET Bootcamp
Master one of the most in-demand coding languages that powers almost everything online and on your desktop. GI Bill Funds cover the full cost of this program for eligible veterans.
iOS with Swift Bootcamp
The Swift programming language is the primary language used worldwide to build mobile and other types of applications. Gain the basic knowledge needed to prepare for more complex topics to build apps for iOS mobile devices. GI Bill Funds cover the full cost of this program for eligible veterans.
Building and developing Android mobile applications is about more than just creating the next great app. It’s about following your passion for creativity, mobile apps, and changing the world. GI Bill Funds cover the full cost of this program for eligible veterans.
Why Veterans Become Coders
Entering back into the civilian workforce after being in the military takes some adjustment. Depending on how long you served, where you served, and what your specialized training was in, you might find the perfect career path elusive. Going to college is an option, but it’ll take 2-4 years to complete your degree and then you still have to look for a career. Another viable and successful path for veterans to choose is a coding bootcamp where they can use their military training to become coders.