Code Differently, Wilmington University form tech partnership

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Code Differently and Wilmington University have unveiled a technology partnership.

Under their agreement, Code Differently participants can earn up to 18 credits toward undergraduate degrees in concentrations like computer science, cybersecurity, and data analysis. New students enrolling from Code Differently will also see waived application fees at Wilmington University.

“This collaboration with Code Differently speaks to our mission of providing opportunity and flexibility to students, and it also addresses our comprehensive focus on technology,” said Wilmington University President Dr. LaVerne Harmon. “We understand the high demand for skilled IT professionals and suspect that that need will grow. This partnership reflects an opportunity for innovation to meet accessibility in higher education.”

“We are excited for this partnership with Wilmington University,” said Stephanie Eldridge, CEO and co-founder of Code Differently. “Code Differently strives to eliminate barriers to learning and success, and we are committed to the advancement of all our participants, both as program participants and beyond. Upon completion of our 20-week full stack coding program, this agreement allows all of our participants, past, present and future, to earn 18 credits that can be applied directly to in-demand undergraduate computer science degree programs at WilmU.” Our partnership with WilmU opens the door for all participants who realize that higher education is the other key to their success.””

Established in 2018, Code Differently has provided software development training to more than 800 adults across Delaware, resulting in an 89% completion rate and an 85% work placement rate. Its graduates can earn roughly $65,000 on average.

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Code Differently was founded in 2018 and is located in Wilmington For more information, visit www.codedifferently.com.

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