1. Announcing Fulcrum...for Free? #FulcrumforAll!

    You may have already heard about Fulcrum, our latest initiative that helps people learn how to code and prepare for any coding school. We have had a great response since launching Fulcrum, and have already seen several students successfully enroll in our own core programs.

    But we weren’t satisfied with this since some students may want to enroll at a different coding school after learning the basic skills from Fulcrum.

     

  2. Salesforce, Cisco, SolarCity & Over 40 More Interview Graduates on Hiring Day

    Hack Reactor welcomed over 40 companies to Hiring Day to meet and interview our most recent graduates. The event provided a chance for students entering the job market to present group projects and meet individually with employers. The efficiency of bringing hiring companies together with eligible, interested candidates is nearly impossible to replicate for companies or Software Engineers on their own, and our network of hiring partners has steadily grown as more employers seek to take advantage of this opportunity.

  3. Hack Reactor CEO Presents at Leading EdTech Conference ASU+GSV Summit

    Our CEO Tony Phillips and Alumni Director Mike Adams traveled to ASU+GSV Summit--a leading edtech conference--to discuss delivering high quality education to a wide range of learners. Phillips gave a presentation on the progress and innovations made by Hack Reactor, and both Phillips and Adams took full advantage of the chance to spend three days among other edtech companies and thought leaders in education.

  4. Kiva, PopSugar, Rdio & More Interview Graduates at Hiring Day

    Hack Reactor held another successful Hiring Day, in which our graduating students presented projects and interviewed with employers, many of whom had hired students in the past and were coming back for more. The day marks the official start of the job search for our students, as they transition from Hack Reactor to the workforce.