Claim Academy Offers Help During CoronaVirus. Pledges $100,000 Scholarship Fund For Those Impacted

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Coding bootcamp has new offerings for those who have been affected by COVID-19

St. Louis, MO: April 14, 2020, Claim Academy, a coding bootcamp based in St. Louis announced that it will be offering a free online coding course, valued at $2,000 per person and pledging $100,000 in scholarships to Claim Academy for qualifying students who have lost their job during this trying time. 

With unemployment reaching 17.6 million nationwide and over 228,936 in Missourians filed according to MissouriNet, Claim Academy feels it is crucial to offer a lending hand to those who are struggling right now. The coding bootcamp recognizes that the technology industry is one of the only fields that have not been negatively impacted by COVID-19. Not only has the industry always been lacking in qualified software developers, but the demand has also continued to grow during this time. For anyone out of a job and reconsidering their career, Claim Academy wants to aid in their entrance to this stable and booming field. 

According to Claim Academy Founder and Chief Idea Officer, Ola Ayeni “ We believe we can help many of the unemployed get a new skill, and help place them in a new job in technology “.  In addition once completed, candidates will be issued college course transcripts and a Certificate of Completion.

If you are unemployed and need help to start a new career, then go to and apply to join a new free online class.

About Claim Academy: Claim Academy is a premier developer boot camp that offers immersive on-campus and online programs in software engineering and cybersecurity in St Louis. Our mission is to change lives in 12-weeks with tracks in Java, C#/.Net and JavaScript with promises to transform novices into industry ready, software developers through rigorous coursework of pair programming, mentor sessions, and computer science industry programming techniques taught in-person by expert instructors.  Approved to operate by the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Development and, The U.S Department of Veterans Affairs.

###If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Claim Academy at (314) 499-5888 or at

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