January 5 - March 20, 2015
October 5, 2015 - June 17, 2016
Learn web development, design, product development, and entrepreneurship from Chicago's industry leaders. In 9 months, you’ll learn how to start a company. Learn more.
January 5 - March 20, 2015
Learn how to make the front-end of a web app functional, elegant and polished. You'll translate your designs from concept to reality with HTML and CSS. Learn more.
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She wanted to improve the feedback process in small to-mid-sized companies, but didn't have the technical skills to make her idea real. During the Web Development class, she built her prototype and now is the CEO of Know Your Company, a product started by Basecamp.
She wanted to change her future career options, so she quit her job and joined Starter School. 9 months later, she is the founder of Make Her Smile, a service that helps customers select great gifts for people they care about.
Sick of making training presentations, Chance came from North Carolina in search of a set of skills that would prepare him for the rest of his life. After Starter School, Chance is back in North Carolina as a professional software developer.
Working as a customer sales rep at a Chicago logistics company, John wanted a change. By the end of Starter School, he had built two applications and started working on freelance projects. Now he is a User Interface designer at the Chicago-based startup, Nextpoint.
After working with the Hurricane Sandy relief effort, Abby moved from New York to Chicago in search of a new career. Using her newfound development and design skills, Abby was able to land a job as a UX consultant at Solstice Mobile.
Coming to The Starter League gave Kendra the chance to solve a problem she cared about. She is now a co-founder of The Licorice Project, a startup focused on changing the breast cancer experience for patients, survivors, and everyone who supports them.
A theatre major in college, Katie experienced many problems with auditions. While at Starter School, Katie built CastMate, a service that makes the casting & audition process more efficient. She now works as a software developer at LaunchPad Lab, a Starter League alumni company.
Last summer, he was a college dropout in search of programming bootcamps to attend. Garrett found Starter School and flew from New York to learn how to build web apps. Now he works in Chicago as a software engineer at Hard Hat Hub.
Everyone should have the opportunity to transform themselves. We also teach students at primary schools, universities, and graduate schools how to code and build web applications.
We built Lantern because our students and teachers needed a central location to communicate, share work, and get feedback. Lantern extends our in-person classroom experience to the web so that you're constantly connected to your peers and instructors.
Every member of our team has started where you are right now. That's why we're best equipped to help you accomplish your goals.