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Turing School is an accredited, non-profit, fully-remote computer programming school, focused solely on helping students develop the technical and professional skills need for a  fulfilling career in technology.

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Try a Coding Class


Not sure if coding is for you? Our Try Turing classes are the best way to find out.

Classes are taught via zoom with a live Turing instructor and you will leave with an understanding of what “remote life” is like at Turing. These events are the best way for you to see if the Turing program fits your learning needs. You also get exposure to technical concepts!

Have questions? Email us at admissions@turing.edu.

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Front End Engineering

Front End engineers work close to the actual user of the software. Many Front End developers have an interest in visual design, but it is not a design discipline.

In this program, students focus on building the "client-side" of applications where code is executed in the browser. They learn to write JavaScript, leveraging the React framework.

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Back End Engineering

Back End engineers work close to the data and how that data moves, changes, and grows over time. A Back End engineer can build a fully-functioning web application, but the majority of their work is all the parts of an application you don't see.

In this program, students focus on building "server-side" applications. They learn to write Ruby, leverage the Ruby on Rails framework, and work with SQL databases.

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Our Mission

Turing’s mission is to unlock human potential by training a diverse and inclusive student body to succeed in high fulfillment technical careers.

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95%
Today, over 95% of our alumni are working in the tech industry.
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1.5K
While there are now over 1500 graduates, we've kept our class sizes small to ensure every student gets the attention they deserve.
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Turing grads received a median starting salary of $83,000* in their first technical job.
*Data source: Quarterly Outcomes

Non-Discrimination Policy
Turing School of Software & Design does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

“This is 100% my dream job and industry. It combines my passion for tech with my passion for music and artists. There are a handful of Turing alumni that work at my company so they know the skills I'm coming in with and I'm able to learn new languages and technologies. It’s huge, and I couldn’t be happier.”
ISABELLE VILLASENOR
Turing Alum and Software Developer

Our Team

Our instructors are a mix of educators turned programmers and programmers turned educators. Every team member at Turing is working toward one common goal: to prepare students for a thriving career in tech.

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“Turing works to disrupt the status quo, training great people to become great developers. Together, our community of students, alumni, instructors and staff are redefining the landscape of the tech industry, and I hope you can join us.”
JEFF CASIMIR
Executive Director and Founder of Turing School

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Our instructors are a mix of educators turned programmers and programmers turned educators. All lessons and projects are designed with employer needs in mind and ensure that our students are equipped for continued learning throughout their careers.

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