Career Services

At The Software Guild, we believe in preparing our students for the workforce in every way we can, no matter where they are in their programming careers. While technical skills are obviously the foundation of that preparation, we also provide job-specific support for our students, including resume help, mock interviews and access to an employer network with more than 450 employers. Apprentices can take advantage of:

Employer Network Access

Our network of more than 450 employers is available to every Software Guild apprentice and graduate in good standing with the Guild. Through this network, apprentices can forge valuable connections, learn about upcoming roles and advance their careers at graduation and beyond.

Portfolio Development

Employers want to see a portfolio when hiring prospective developers, and The Software Guild helps apprentices build that portfolio with the capstone project. Each capstone project is a practical test of the apprentice’s skill and a finished product to show employers.

Resume and Social Media Help

Building an effective resume is a critical skill you have to learn, and it’s one that can be acquired at The Software Guild. We help apprentices create resumes that convey their expertise and value clearly and concisely, so employers notice them. But employers look at more than the resume, so we help apprentices put their best foot forward on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

We offer even more career services than these, including:

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Test Yourself

Not sure if software development is for you? Try our online Introduction to Web Development course. Apprentices for beginner-level bootcamps .NET/C# and Java are required to take this course, because it helps prepare you for your time as an apprentice by teaching you the basics of Git, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Projects you complete in this course will be discussed during the first weeks of the Java and .NET/C# cohorts.

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How to Apply

Filling out our application form is the first step on your road to becoming a junior developer or advancing to a master-level skill set. A member of our enrollment team will reach out to ask you additional questions and answer any questions you may have.

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