Eleven Fifty Accepts the GI Bill®
Our academy accepts your GI Bill benefits and chances are they’ll go far with our coding and cybersecurity bootcamps. By learning the most relevant programming or cybersecurity skills in an immersive learning environment, you can set your sights on a higher-paying job soon after you transition back into civilian life. If eligible, your benefits will cover the full cost of tuition and you will receive a stipend for books and housing.
Members from all branches of the military who meet the GI Bill requirements are eligible for funding at Eleven Fifty Academy.
|Course Name||Length||GI Bill Status|
|Web Development Full-Time||12 weeks / M-F, 9am-5pm||Approved|
|Web Development Part-Time||24 weeks / Nights & Weekends||Approved|
|Software Development Full-Time||12 weeks / M-F, 9am-5pm||Approved|
|Software Development Part-Time||24 weeks / Nights & Weekends||Approved|
|Python Full-Time||12 weeks / M-F, 9am-5pm||Approved|
|Python Part-Time||24 weeks / Nights & Weekends||Approved|
|Cybersecurity Full-Time||12 weeks / M-F, 9am-5pm||Approved|
|Cybersecurity Part-Time||24 weeks / Nights & Weekends||Approved|
The following eligibility information is accurate as of 10/01/19. Please see the GI Bill Comparison Tool for the most up-to-date information.
Complete our application and be sure to select the branch of the military you served. A member of our admissions team will reach out to you if your application has been accepted.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the official U.S. government website.
“I had a lot of responsibility financially and I wanted to grow in a new career. Without the GI Bill it wouldn’t have been possible.”
Ray H., U.S. Army Reserve | July 2018 .NET Grad | Software Developer at Aprimo
It’s no exaggeration to say cybersecurity is one of society’s greatest threats. Earlier this year CNBC reported more than four billion records were part of a data breach in the first half of 2018 alone, with the average breach costing companies more than $3 million. The problem, though, isn’t just the breaches; it’s the global […]Full Article
Entering back into the civilian workforce after being in the military takes some adjustment. Depending on how long you served, where you served, and what your specialized training was in, you might find the perfect career path elusive. Going to college is an option, but it’ll take 2-4 years to complete your degree and then […]Full Article