If you’re looking to launch your career in technology or entrepreneurship, you’ll mainly need two things: determination and time. We know you have determination to spare. Time, on the other hand, is a precious resource that often runs out a bit.
For those pressed for time, technology and entrepreneurship bootcamps offer a quick (and often cost-sensitive) way to jump-start your career. From coding to UX/UI to web development and more, Minnesota’s wide array of bootcamps can give you the skills you need to become a tech or entrepreneurial professional.
Our ultimate guide to Minnesota bootcamps for technology and entrepreneurship gives you easy access to all the learning and training opportunities available to you. Whether you want to become a master coder or a project management professional, this guide to Minnesota bootcamps will help point you in the right direction.
In this ultimate guide to Minnesota Bootcamps for Technology and Entrepreneurship, you’ll find tons of information, including:
- Contact information for every bootcamp in Minnesota
- Cost for specific courses
- The types of training available for each Minnesota bootcamp
- Prerequisites for the courses
- Certifications upon graduation
And, just like our other ultimate guides, the Minnesota Bootcamps Ultimate Guide for Technology and Entrepreneurship will be updated regularly.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most bootcamp programs in Minnesota have moved online only. tech.mn will update The Ultimate Guide to Minnesota Tech and Entrepreneurship Bootcamps as the situation evolves.
Like all the bright minds in Minnesota’s tech and entrepreneurial community, Throw Minnesota is an important part of the ecosystem. We are proud to partner with the organization for this guide.
Launch Minnesota is a statewide, collaborative effort to accelerate startup growth and amplify Minnesota as a national innovation leader.
Created with bipartisan support during the 2019 legislative session, Launch Minnesota – led by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) – works with an advisory board, private sector stakeholders, support organizations, higher education, and innovative startups across the state.
Check highlights of the first six months of the organization and a closer look at the organization here on tech.mn.