Shawn Smidt

Graduate | US Army Veteran


Start Your Career In Software Development
Shawn Smidt Graduate | US Army Veteran


Start Your Career In Software Development

Matthew Nelson

Software Engineer | Mayo Clinic

“My apprehension was misplaced – devCodeCamp delivered on their promise to go from zero to hero within 12 weeks.”

Deploy Your Future.

devCodeCamp is an immersive Bootcamp. No previous coding experience is required. Become prepared to enter the workforce as a junior software engineer in weeks not years. Depending on your length of service your GI Bill® can cover 100% of tuition. Veterans makeup 30% of devCodeCamp’s students.

Earn What You’re Worth

Software and web developers are in-demand! There are many companies nationwide that are eager to hire veterans that have the skills for the new digital economy. According to Course Report, the average coding bootcamp grad earns a median starting salary of $67,000.

Utilize Your Benefits

Our in-house veteran representative (SCO) are knowledgeable in walking you through our admissions process and properly applying for your G.I. benefits towards tuition and your monthly living stipend (MHA). 


Veteran Benefits

Both Veterans and their dependents may utilize their benefits for devCodeCamp’s bootcamp. Students can receive any education benefit offered through the GI Bill® which includes the following:

  • Post-9/11 GI Bill® (Ch. 33) Including Housing Benefits, Learn more…
  • Montgomery GI Bill® (Ch. 30)
  • Select Reserve GI Bill® (Ch. 1606)
  • REAP GI Bill® (Ch. 1607)
  • Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E)
  • Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA) (Ch. 35)

Your MHA Benefit

Receive your full in-person education MHA amount instead of the lower online MHA. Congress has passed legislation to ensure you receive the higher in-person training MHA. Depending on your eligibility amount you could receive up to $1800 per month while training at devCodeCamp.


Check your eligibility. You will need to obtain a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility (COE). In lieu of your COE, you can access your enrollment status information here. You will need to provide this to devCodeCamp.

More Info

First-time veteran and active duty applicants complete VA Form 22-1990 Application for VA Educational Benefits

If you have received VA benefits at another school you will need to complete VA Form 22-1995 Request for Change of Program or Place of Training.

If you have more questions or you are having difficulty accessing your VA Benefits you can contact the G.I. Bill® Hotline: 888-442-4551 and  use our VA Facility Code of 2-5-0004-49. Our local SCO, Wendy can be reached at 414-533-0639.


To apply to an upcoming bootcamp make sure you have completed the following:

Fill out the Online Application

Please make sure you have already attended an Online Info Session. If not:

Schedule an Online Info Session