Our Software Engineering Programs

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12 Weeks | Currently Conducted Remotely in PT, CT, & ET

Advance your software engineering career with our top-rated flagship program. Interactive lectures, pair programming, and project building will be the center of your education for 6 days a week.

Learning from Home
38 Weeks | Remote Setting
We designed this immersive to be more accessible to those only able to commit to part-time learning, this program teaches the same top-rated curriculum on Mon-Thurs evenings and Saturdays.

I transitioned from the military without knowing exactly what I wanted to do. I stumbled on Codesmith and was immediately impressed with their culture and teaching philosophy of empowering you with the tools to learn. I now work for a startup that invests in small businesses by building their applications from the ground up.



Software Engineering Immersive Graduate

Scholarship Details

The Veterans Coding Scholarship applications are distributed to Codesmith’s accepted students and scholarships are awarded based on a combination of application and interview scores at Codesmith's discretion. Watch this video to learn more.

The Veterans Coding Scholarship Application & Eligibility

Scholarship applications must be submitted 21 days prior to your desired cohort start date. In order to qualify for The Veterans Coding Scholarship Powered by Oddball Inc., you must be at least 18 years old and provide Proof of Service (U.S. Armed Forces).

Project Requirements


Submit your online application using the VETSCHOLAR” promo code and pass the required Nontechnical and Technical interviews. 


Admissions Checklist

STEP 2: Get Accepted to Codesmith

In order to qualify for this scholarship, you must be accepted to one of the Software Engineering Immersive programs. 

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After you get accepted into the program, our team will share the scholarship application and guide you through the entire process. 

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Meet Oddball

Oddball is an agency working to transform digital services in the government.  Oddball co-founders Travis Sorensen (CEO) and Rob Wilkinson (CTO) initially met through Codesmith in 2015 when Travis was a resident and Rob was the lead instructor. 

As business partners, they built Oddball from the ground-up, eventually moving into the government space, working on citizen-centric projects including VA.gov and a mobile app for families using military childhood development centers.  As a veteran himself, Travis is a passionate advocate for the veteran community.

Interested in learning more about Codesmith? Schedule a call with an Advisor!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an application deadline for the Veterans Coding Scholarship?

No! This scholarship opportunity will be available until all five scholarships are awarded. 

Are there any other scholarships available?

We offer scholarships for women, LGBTQ, minorities in tech (defined as Black, Latinx, Pacific Islander or Native American) and those who have attended a bootcamp before Codesmith. Additionally, we offer the Codesmith Scholarship for those who demonstrate financial need, academic excellence, and serve their community. Learn more here.

I have more questions - who should I contact?

For any additional questions about the scholarship or Codesmith programs, we encourage you to reach out to us at hello@codesmith.io.