Over the last 4 years, the Iron Yard has led the code school industry in preparing students for careers as software developers. The industry as a whole is still young and its leaders face the challenge of a nascent market, as well as the demands facing all institutions in the higher education marketplace.

In considering the current environment, the board of The Iron Yard has made the difficult decision to cease operations at all campuses after teaching out remaining summer cohorts. We will finish out summer classes completely, including career support.

While our journey is coming to an end, we will always take pride in the thousands of people our staff helped to launch new careers.

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The Iron Yard Advisory Board

Our Advisory Board members are an extension of our team. We rely on these industry leaders to keep us informed about hiring needs, to help shape our curriculum, and to help prepare our graduates are for the realities of working in tech. Iron Yard Advisory Board members give our students the opportunity to be competitive for great jobs in the tech industry.

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A few of our Advisory Board members include:

Georgia Tech
Living Social

Join The Iron Yard Advisory Board.

Want to influence the industry, connect with other leaders in the community, and positively impact our students' futures in the industry? Join The Iron Yard Advisory Board in your city. Check out your local campus page and contact our local team.

We want to make sure we have the very best technical curriculum that meets the growing and changing needs of our industry. Being a part of this Advisory Board is an opportunity for you to influence the industry, connect with other leaders in the community, and to positively impact our students' futures in the industry. Your level of involvement beyond our meetings is up to you.

Many of our Advisory Board members provide networking opportunities and connections for our students to employers and industry leaders. Some board members give guest lectures, attend Demo Days, evaluate student final projects, and interview students.

“I’m thrilled to see The Iron Yard educating the next generation of developers. Each graduating class is full of inquisitive and intelligent minds, ready to take on real challenges in the industry. Both The Iron Yard and their students have bright futures ahead.”

Katie Parsons
Katie Parsons IBM Design

“Not only have we hired graduates of The Iron Yard’s programs in Durham, we’ve also been able to interact with students inside the classroom and in the community.”

Adam Lavoy
Adam LaVoy Red Hat
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