RE:CODED has partnered with Flatiron School to train passionate, creative refugees and displaced youth in Iraq in web development.


The Fellowship is an intensive program designed to train refugees and displaced youth with no prior coding experience to become
production-ready web developers. The program is adapted from The Flatiron School's Web Development Immersive — a course that has successfully trained students for the workforce and helped them find web development jobs.


The Web Development Fellowship offers The Flatiron School's immersive program at no cost to refugees and displaced youth in Iraq. Lunch, transport, childcare and equipment is provided to fellows. Applicants must meet all eligibility requirements and go through a competitive screening process.




The Full Stack Web Development curriculum is designed to teach fellows to think, and build, like a software engineer by solving hundreds of test-driven labs, developing several projects, and taking live assessments to verify progress.

Fellows will develop a foundation in programming fundamentals, expand their digital portfolio, become proficient in database modeling and Object Relational Mapping (ORM), understand the concept of the MVC Framework and build fully functioning web apps. They will also conquer the concepts of object-oriented programming and create a detailed work history on GitHub.

During the bootcamp, our fellows receive one-on-one instruction with expert trainers, mentorship from leading technologists and career counsellors, as well as wrap around community support.


Flatiron School is the only programming school in the world with independently audited student outcomes: a 99% job placement rate in technical skills.

Re:Coded aspires to provide fellows with non-technical part-time employment throughout the bootcamp to reduce attrition. By the end of the program, our objective is to place 100% of graduates into full-time positions as junior web developers with our private sector partners.