Mod 4 is focused on helping students develop good habits and processes for the job hunt, as well as, on the job professional skills. Front-end and Back-end students are combined to work together on projects to refine communication and collaboration techniques for developing full-stack applications. Schedules are balanced with both technical focus and professional development to allow students opportunities to grow in their technical competencies while providing structure and support for finding their first job. By the end of Mod 4, our goal is for students to feel confident about interviewing and working on the job.
Dione Wilson (Mod 4 Lead)
Professional Development Support
Students are expected to complete the following:
Maintain above 80% attendance
Full Interview Simulation
Professional Development Deliverables
Early Graduation Requirements
For students that have signed a job offer and still want to receive a graduation certificate, please reach out to your instructors to follow up on next steps. The below is provided as a general outline of expectations.
Attend and maintain above 80% attendance for the first 3 weeks of classes
Successfully complete the first project
Complete a mock interview
Complete your alumni portfolio for terminal
Submit 3-4 questions about how you will apply your PD knowledge during the first 30/60/90 days