- Data Structures and Algorithms Review
- Systems Design
- Mock Phone Screens
- Whiteboarding and Live Coding
- Take Home Challenges
- Onsite Interviews
When you graduate from Rithm School, you’re not going to be just another
run-of-the-mill bootcamp grad. Our program is designed to set you apart, with an advanced curriculum and job-focused programs that give you an edge when it comes to getting hired. The result? Rithm School graduates are always in high demand.
There’s a reason why so many hiring partners choose to work with Rithm. After over 100 hours of dedicated code reviews and real-world contributions to live, production-level codebases, you’ll graduate with the technical skills and practical experience you need to rise to the top of any resume pile.
At Rithm School, we are dedicated to providing the skills our community of students needs to become successful software engineers, from technical skills to communication and collaboration skills. We also know that interviewing skills will help you land your first role. That is why we have partnered with Merit.
Merit is a place to practice mock interviews, get resume advice, and learn how to hit the ground running in your first role. They have over 500 mentors from companies like Amazon and Slack to small startups who are committed to helping you succeed in your career. We believe that mentorship is one of the most effective ways to build your network and career. With Merit, we ensure our students and alumni have 360-degree support, not just from our team, but also from established professionals in the field who can take our community to the next level of success!
For the past six years, Rithm has taken a highly personalized approach to helping graduates in the job search. We’ve helped hundreds of graduates find their dream jobs, and we’ve helped dozens of companies find the best talent. We’ve been consistently ranked one of the top coding bootcamps both online and in-person, but don’t just take our word for it. You can also read reviews of our program on Course Report, SwitchUp, or Yelp.
In the final week of the program, we’ll make sure you’re 100% ready for the job search and help you prepare for interviews with topics including:
Even for skilled developers, finding a new job can be a time consuming process. If you’re just starting in the industry, it’s essential you have the skills needed to ace technical interviews: a deep understanding of fundamental computer science principles, along with an ability to effectively communicate and problem-solve under pressure.
During your final weeks at Rithm, you’ll hone your skills through mock interviews, whiteboarding practice, salary negotiation, and lessons on more advanced computer science topics. Upon graduation, Rithm will support you throughout your job search with regular check-ins, mentorship sessions, and more.
Towards the end of the program, you’ll be paired up with an alumni buddy who will mentor you through the rest of your time at Rithm and be an advocate for your future career. Alumni buddies are former students that are now working as engineers, and who share your passion for coding and for giving back to the Rithm community. We’ve seen alumni offer students mock interviews, help with whiteboarding, and even offer referrals to companies.
Upon graduation, you’ll have unlimited access to our Director of Career Services and can schedule a check-in whenever you need. We’ll also provide weekly technical alumni office hours where you can meet with an instructor and other alumni to review technical interviews, challenges, and get any of your questions answered. In order to help you apply the technical interview skills you’ve learned, Rithm is also partnered with Slow Ventures, a venture capital firm with over 120 portfolio companies. Upon graduation, your career coach will help connect you to open opportunities at partner companies, including those in the Slow Ventures network. These companies range from small startups to large public companies.
In addition, Rithm School is constantly connecting students to alumni who are hiring as well as companies that approach Rithm seeking high quality engineering talent.
“There’s a reason we hired from Rithm School. Allie got up to speed on our codebase much faster than other junior engineers, and it’s clear she knew how to work with a dev team from day one.”
Todd Berman (CEO of EveryTeam and former VP Engineering at GitHub)
All graduates who are available for employment are included in our statistics
All our outcomes reports are audited by a certified independent auditor
A successful outcome is a role in the field of software engineering as defined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
You don’t have to meet additional requirements after graduation to be included in our statistics
If we hire a graduate, we report it as an internal permanent hire. These are not short term positions. And everyone’s job search clock starts at graduation and ends with an accepted in field offer, no exceptions.
Average data is based on 2021 graduates of our Full Stack Engineering Program from Rithm’s 21st, 22nd, and 23rd cohorts. Data as of April 2022. 36 out of 38 enrolled students successfully completed the course and graduated. Placements are defined as those hired into full time roles in the field of software engineering with a salary of at least $60K (salary includes only base compensation and excludes bonuses, equity, relocation, and any other non-base compensation), plus a small percentage (8.33%) of graduates who were selected to join the Rithm instructional and engineering teams. Average starting salary and placement times are from the same population of placements.
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