Galvanize Starts Accepting GI Bill For Coding Skills Classes

Denver-based Galvanize said on Wednesday that it has started accepting the GI Bill, allowing United States Military veterans and their dependents to use the program to pay for its skills on the tech industry. The technical training provider said the new program will pay for costs for its 6-month, full time Web Developer program, which is held at the company's "Golden Triangle" campus in Denver. Galvanize said its program allow military veterans to gain the skills and enter the workforce more quickly than traditional, four-year degrees.