(Lander, Wyo.) – Applications for the Riverton session of Code Wyoming are due this Friday by 5:00! Click here to apply!

There is a growing technology sector in the United States, but a shortage of talented web developers to fill these positions.

That’s why the team at PitchEngine is embarking on a new initiative to help grow the state’s tech-trained workforce. With support from Governor Matt Mead and the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, PitchEngine is launching Code Wyoming. They’re offering an extremely low-cost (high value) training opportunity for Wyoming residents to learn how to code.

The intensive eight week courses will cover basic coding languages like HTML, CSS,  jQuery, and Javascript. It will give Wyoming residents an unparalleled opportunity to learn and get hands-on experience with web development skills that are in high demand by employers and innovators around the nation.


The  seminars are taught by our on-site instructors using a proven curriculum that is being used by thousands of students that are learning web fundamentals.

The first session will kick off January 13th, 2014 in Riverton, Wyo. The second session located in Casper will start March 17th, 2014. And the last session in Laramie will start May 19th, 2014. The sessions run Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for eight weeks.

Do you want to invest in your future and learn a skill that will help you land a job in the industry OR help you improve your current job? Click here to apply!

Learn more by visiting the Code Wyoming site or reach out by emailing codewyo@pitchengine.com.