Climb Credit's Student Success Stories
In the midst of a sales career for the biotech and pharmaceutical industry, Christine Tayaba realized it was time to make a change. After being
Working as a program manager for an energy conservation company in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Natalie Dinkins suddenly found herself placed in an incredibly unfortunate situation
Before she and her family moved to North Carolina in 2015, Zerifa was living in Jamaica (where she’s originally from) and working as a teacher.
From working at the Apple Store’s Genius Bar while finishing his engineering degree at Florida International University (FIU) to working as a TA at Ironhack
Jo Martin wasn’t exactly a stranger to heavy equipment operations before taking a course at Heavy Equipment Colleges of America’s Georgia campus — he operated
Learn how a General Assembly UX Design program helped Jack find his dream career!
Christy La Guardia faced a big change in her life. After attending Code Fellows in Portland (now Alchemy Code Lab), she was able to make sure these changes were for the better.
Is a coding bootcamp worth it? Check out John review of Software Guild and Climb Credit to learn about his journey to web development!
After attending DevMountain’s coding bootcamp, Kyle found himself on a whole new career path — web developer!
Ivey Homer received an advanced degree from a Climb partner school, American College of Education (ACE), to help her advance her educational technology practices and her career.
Learn about one student’s experience in his West Coast Training program!
Hear from Elliott about his experience taking a Heavy Equipment Colleges program!
After graduating from Galvanize’s coding bootcamp, Luis Rocha went on to land a front-end developer job at San Diego-based digital marketing and web development firm The Control Group. We spoke with Luis to get his insights about how his time at Galvanize impacted where he is now.
As part of his transition from education to engineering, David Sudia took a full-time, Climb-financed boot camp at Galvanize. Now, he’s a Software Engineer for Fanatics in Colorado.
Kristy Glassick graduated from General Assembly’s part-time UX Design course in April 2016 and then started her own business, GlassickUX.
Here at Climb we’re very lucky. We get an opportunity to watch smart, talented, driven people make their ways along a path to change their lives for the better—whether by just starting out on secondary education, switching careers to a lifelong passion, or taking additional courses to supplement their current job.
Zarela Graves, a Front End Developer at Politech, made her way from Peru to Florida, and then from a digital content job to a web development career. Her journey was made possible with an education from General Assembly, financed by Climb.
The main motivation for all of us here at Climb Credit is the opportunity to help students write their success stories. A perfect example comes from Joshua Brain Jaffe.
Aaron financed through Climb Credit to attend The Iron Yard in 2016 and currently works as a front-end developer at Automated Insights, Inc. Check out his story below, and for even more insights into his experience as a web developer, check out his YouTube channel Aaron in Beta!