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New tuition fee coding school to launch in West Virginia – The State

New tuition fee coding school to launch in West Virginia – The State

Officials say that West Virginia has a new, college-free coding school.

The Herald-Dispatch reports Huntington Mayor Steve Williams was one of the officers who announced the launch of NewForce at Mountwest Community and Technical College on Thursday. Potential students do not need experience with coding, software development or mathematics.

The school will offer a six-month intensive technology training with the aim of preparing employees for companies in West Virginia. Students learn programming languages ​​for software, including HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The program ends with a job interview day.

Williams says that Appalachia is ready to be the next Silicon Valley, because civil servants are making systems to accelerate student careers.

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