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Help me realize my dreams of becoming a developer!
$500 raised
5% of $10k goal
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4 Years running
My name is Tyler and I am 20 year old Computer Science student. I was recently accepted into Hack Reactor, an intense 12 week coding bootcamp in San Francisco.


My name is Tyler. I am 20 years old and currently majoring in Computer Science at a community college. From a young age I've always been intrigued by computers and technology in general. After I discovered the world of programming, I became fortunate enough to know what I wanted to do with my life. I was recently accepted into Hack Reactor, an immersive programming boot camp in San Francisco, CA. The class begins in April 2014. I am independent of my parents, and cannot afford the costs to attend this program on my own.

What I need and what the money goes to.

I need to raise at least $10,000 to pay the costs of tuition. $2000 will go to my deposit, which will secure my spot in the class as well as unlock the pre-course work required to be completed before the beginning of the course. The other $8000 will go to the tuition I must pay by March 17th, 2014. Any extra donations will go towards the living costs needed during the boot camp.

The Impact

I have a great passion for programming, and it has always been my dream to have a career as a developer. With a 98% graduate hiring rate, an average starting salary of $110k, and being based in Silicon Valley, Hack Reactor can greatly jumpstart my career. Your donations can help me realize my dreams and provide me with a wonderful opportunity.

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