Code Boot Camp Information Session

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November 7th, 5:30-7pm! Come out and hear about how theClubhouse’s Code Boot Camp works and how you can join and start a career in web development. This information session will help provide details of the course, the certification, and financial aid. Schuster Braun, the instructor, will cover the curriculum and what applicants can expect from each project. Representatives from Augusta Tech will be available to discuss certification and transcript information. Work Source Georgia will be here to explain financial aid opportunities.

Applications are open for the fifth Code Boot Camp at! Check out the website to get familiar with the program and apply:

From a Recent Graduate of Code Boot Camp: Nicole Floyd

“While attending the Code Boot Camp, many influencers guided and coached we future developers along the way. We had a great instructor, the resources of Augusta Technical College available to us, and experts in the industry as guest speakers. Code Boot Camp also allowed us insightful excursions to several of the local supporters of the program so we could gain perspective of a day in the life of the developer experience. One of those field trips introduced me to Rural Sourcing, where I now work in the Database Practice. At this stage in my life I found what it is I love to do; it is never too late to dream big!”

About the Instructor

Schuster Braun recently finished his 6 years of service in the Navy where he was stationed at Fort Gordon. Over the last years of his tour, he fell in love with solving systemic challenges with technical solutions. Schuster shared, “I know it sounds vague but I found that there is a commonality among software and hardware that you can apply across fields.” After departing the military he became an IT Director where he started migrating towards programming. Schuster was lucky enough to be accepted into an awesome bootcamp run by the charity Vets Who Code, which gave him a great foundation on which he has been able to build a career and has allowed him the opportunity to work as a full-time web developer at a local marketing firm. Around this time, Schuster discovered and worked with Chase Lanier and the team here to create a little something special. Here’s Schuster: “I have always been passionate about paying forward the gifts I have been given, so I started a local meetup at for developers to come out of their caves and keep each other accountable and learn new things. I am really excited to continue my passion for community building by helping form generations of new developers as the new web development boot camp instructor.”


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Located in a historic 1802 Schoolhouse, our space is divided into two wings. One for learning and prototyping, and one for coworking and business incubation. Our membership comes from a wide variety of backgrounds that all consider themselves some measure of hacker, maker, and doer. I am an architect. We have entrepreneurs, business people, teachers, engineers, designers, artists, and Jacks and Jill’s of all trades, and of course many software and hardware developers.

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