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Duration

9 Weeks

Tuition

$12,000

  Toronto

Aug 17-Oct 18

Plus 1 other start dates

Oct 19 - Dec 20 2020

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

2010

Scholarships

no

During Juno’s Web Development Immersive Bootcamp, you’ll learn HTML, CSS, responsive design, JavaScript, jQuery, APIs, React and Firebase – all the skills you need to become a junior web developer. The certificate program is nine weeks long, during which you’ll receive instruction at Juno headquarters five days a week from 10am to 6pm. With a curriculum focused on today’s best practices led by a world-class instructor team, you’ll graduate from Juno with the skills and knowledge you’ll need to land a web developer position.

What You’ll Learn

  • HTML5, CSS3, and responsive design
  • Web accessibility requirements
  • JavaScript fundamentals, jQuery and using REST APIs
  • React and Firebase for rich application development
  • Paired programming and working in teams
  • Project presentation and public speaking best-practices
  • Personal branding and how to position yourself to employers
  • Design competencies and considerations

Admission Requirements

  • Have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, or for Mature Students, you must have achieved a score of 18 on the Wonderlic Mature Test.
  • Attend an interview in order to determine fit
  • Successfully complete a technical assessment using HTML and CSS

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Student Reviews (93)

Juno College

Recommended!

Meaghan Barry

Toronto • August 9, 2020

Graduated From

Web Development

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

na

I attended Juno's part-time Web Development course (HTML + CSS) and would thoroughly recommend it! Even though the sessions were delivered virtually (due to COVID), the instructor and mentors delivered very engaging, interactive lessons and provided ...

I attended Juno's part-time Web Development course (HTML + CSS) and would thoroughly recommend it! Even though the sessions were delivered virtually (due to COVID), the instructor and mentors delivered very engaging, interactive lessons and provided many opportunities for support (both in and out of class hours). I really appreciated Juno's inclusive community and was happily surprised with the amount of content that was covered. Looking forward to taking another course soon!

Juno College

Juno helped me make a career change and get hired as a front-end developer during the COVID-19 pandemic!

Lucas Silbernagel

Toronto • July 31, 2020

Graduated From

Web Development Immersive

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

Long story short: Juno helped me make a career change and get hired as a front-end developer during the COVID-19 pandemic!

In university I studied anthropology and French. I planned to work in academia, but after completing a Master's degree in ...

Long story short: Juno helped me make a career change and get hired as a front-end developer during the COVID-19 pandemic!

In university I studied anthropology and French. I planned to work in academia, but after completing a Master's degree in anthropology I realized that this was not a viable option due to the overly competitive job market and the increasing trend of hiring contract faculty instead of full-time positions. I worked briefly in a sales role at a tech company in Toronto, and then for over 3 years in a customer service role at a call centre.

While working at the call centre, I enrolled in the part-time introduction to web development course at Juno College in October 2019. I had dabbled in building websites in the past, and I wanted to see if a career change into web development was the right move for me. I chose Juno because of the great reviews online, as well as for financial reasons: if I enrolled in the 9-week bootcamp, the cost of the web development course would be deducted from my bootcamp tuition. At the time, Juno was also the only bootcamp that offered the option of an Income Sharing Agreement, i.e. having the cost of the bootcamp deducted as a percentage of your pay when you are hired as a developer.

I really enjoyed the web development course, so after much deliberation I applied and was accepted for the bootcamp beginning in February 2020, as well as the 2 week full-time JavaScript course running just before it. I quit my job at the call centre, and my journey began! After having taken three courses at Juno so far (Web Development, JavaScript, and Bootcamp) I can say that I am absolutely thrilled with my experience. Here are some of the highlights:

-The course materials are cutting-edge, easy to understand, and constantly being updated. As a Juno graduate, you have access to the course materials for life, even as they continue to be updated!
-The instructors are all fantastic. Experienced, knowledgeable, patient, funny, understanding, friendly, engaging, and passionate are the main adjectives that come to mind.
-The Career Services team really knows what they are doing. During and after bootcamp, they provide tips and guidance on how to get your first job as a developer. This process is very thorough, and I was really impressed by how they hold your hand through becoming part of the tech community, building a personal brand, and successfully marketing yourself to stand out to employers. Similar to the course materials, they are always looking for ways to improve and give their graduates an edge in the job market.
-The community of students, alumni, instructors, and Juno staff is super friendly, welcoming, inclusive, and all-around great. I made so many new friends!

Three weeks into my bootcamp, COVID-19 struck and all Ontario schools closed. Initially Juno proposed that we immediately continue classes remotely, but there was backlash from many of my classmates who had concerns about the quality of a remote bootcamp and their ability to take part from home. Juno listened to this feedback and decided to pause bootcamp for three weeks, hoping that the crisis would blow over by then. Unfortunately the pandemic situation worsened, but over the three week break Juno prepared a seamless transition to remote learning, and have since made significant accommodations to do right by their students. The three weeks also gave us as students more time to prepare for the new reality. This is just one example of how accommodating Juno is, how they can nimbly make changes and improvements when necessary, and how they always put their students first!

My last day of bootcamp was May 15th 2020, and in July of 2020 I was hired as a Front-End Developer at Greenpeace Canada! It speaks volumes that Juno College was able to help me achieve this even during a pandemic, and I am forever grateful. I look forward to taking more courses at Juno as I continue to level up my skills :)

FAQ

  • How will Juno help me get a job?

    Our Bootcamp program is designed to give students the skills they need to get a job as a Web Developer. We’ve worked closely with our students since 2014 to ensure they are successful both when they graduate from Juno, and throughout their careers. During our program, we teach you the skills you’ll need to find a job. From personal branding lessons to resume and cover letter reviews, we work one-on-one with you until you are employed. Our CEO has always been involved with our graduates’ job hunts and in 2019, we added a dedicated Career Services department with the goal of helping every graduate land a job they’re proud of. Our graduates work at some of the best companies out there, including Loblaw Digital, Deloitte, Uberflip, Crowdriff, TWG, Ceridian Dayforce, ecobee, Universal Music, and more. It’s important to note that you must have knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Responsive Development to be ready for Bootcamp. If you’re new to coding, our part-time Web Development course is a great place to start.

  • Do you provide certificates upon completion of one of your courses?

    Students who complete the Full-Time Web Development Immersive program will receive a certificate. We do not provide certificates for our continuing education courses. We’re happy to provide documentation of completion for continuing education studies, however, if required by your employer.

  • Does Juno qualify for OSAP?

    Not yet! Private Career Colleges like Juno must meet certain Ministry requirements to be eligible for OSAP. Though our courses do not currently meet those requirements, we are exploring the steps we can take to make OSAP a possibility for Juno students in the future.

  • Are Income Share Agreements the only payment option available?

    No, you can still choose to pay your full tuition amount of $12,000 upfront if you have the means to do so. We offer different payment options to accommodate you depending on your financial circumstances. If you do choose to pay your tuition upfront and have taken other courses at Juno in the past, you are also eligible for a number of alumni scholarships, which aren’t available to ISA students.

  • How does an Income Share Agreement work?

    When you enroll in Bootcamp, you have a choice between paying the full $12,000 tuition upfront, or paying just $1 upfront with an Income Share Agreement. If you would like to pay $1, you enter into an Income Share Agreement with Juno. Under this contract you agree to pay Juno 17% of your gross monthly income for two years after graduation, starting when you land a job making at least $50,000 annually. For example, if you land a job that pays $60,000/year, that means you are earning $5,000 per month. Each month, you will pay 17% of your income, or $850, to Juno. You will make these payments to Juno for 24 months, after which they are considered paid in full. If you lose your job, take time off work, or your income drops below $50,000, your payments are paused. Payments are capped at a maximum total of $18,000 so you will never pay more than that, even if you are making a higher salary. You have five years from your last day at Juno to make your 24 payments. If you have not made these payments after five years, your Income Share Agreement is voided and you don’t owe anything additional, ever.

  • What if I miss an Income Share Agreement payment?

    You only make payments when you earn at least $50,000 per year or $4,166.66 per month. If in any month you earn less than that, payments pause. If you’re earning this much and still miss a payment, we offer a 90-day grace period to make up for the missed payment. At the end of the day, an ISA is a legally binding document. We require all of our students to live up to their commitments, or ISAs may become unavailable to other students in the future.

  • Do your programs qualify for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant?

    Yes! In fact, we have had many students successfully apply for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) to attend our continuing education courses. This grant provides direct financial support to employers who wish to purchase training for their employees.

  • Are there any registration fees, extra costs or textbook fees?

    There is a $250 registration fee. Optional fees may include up to $650 for web hosting, domain names, website designs, or fees for a laptop rental.

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