Get Free Coding Training From Nucamp Paid By Your Employer

By Chevas Balloun

Last Updated: February 15th 2023

Nucamp And Learn In by Degreed Partner To Let Employees Get Free Coding Training

Employees that work for companies with a Learn In subscription by Degreed can now get coding training paid for by their employer.

I'm not even sure I'm supposed to talk about this.

I mentioned the day before Christmas that it's possible to get your employer to pay for your Nucamp tuition, even if you're not in a technical or coding related job, and without having to talk to them.

That part I know I can talk about.

But quick aside, if you're wondering "How?", I cover that here.

But for some of you, it might get even easier, which I'll explain.

Here's the part I'm not sure about.

I need to tell you about Learn In.

It's a company started by David Blake.

Who's David Blake?

This is someone who's life's work is to, and I QUOTE:

"Drive the cost of learning to zero."


"Promote universal access to education."


Nucamp is all about affordable and accessible coding education—for anyone. We're 10x less than other coding bootcamps.

But zero? This guy is serious.

Someone's gotta cover the cost of education. We all value someone who has expertise and is able to teach it.

Now here's the thing.

They built this world-class platform that brings in education providers to offer their curriculum, on the platform, as employee training.

That means that employers pay the cost of the training, as an investment in their employees.

Why do employers pay for employee training anyway?

Maybe its obvious, but I'll bring in the stats anyway. 93% of employees would stay at a company that invested in their careers. I didn't just make that up, that's from LinkedIn.

There are boat loads of studies that also show that well-trained employees are more productive, more motivated, and more satisfied in their positions when they are invested in, with things like training, by their employers.

The point is that employers WANT to pay for employee training, because it's a win-win for everyone.

So when it comes down to it, the model makes perfect sense.

And that's why Nucamp was happy to partner with them.

Every single one of Nucamp's bootcamps is on the Learn In platform. What does that mean?

If you're an employee, and your company has a Learn In subscription, that means that learning to code with Nucamp may cost you zero soon. There it is, that magic number ZERO.

(If your company has a Degreed subscription, it may not be available just yet, but keep an eye out.)

The Learn In platform is slick on the backend, trust me.

An employee gets a stipend credit card and can purchase trainings on the platform, and everything is just taken care of.


For some though, your employer may not be using Learn In.

If that's the case, I want to refer you back to this article, because there's still a way to get your employer to pay for your Nucamp tuition.

But keep an ear open. They are growing fast, and I wouldn't be surprised if wayyyyyy more companies are using them in the near future.


Chevas Balloun

Director of Marketing & Brand

Chevas has spent over 15 years inventing brands, designing interfaces, and driving engagement for companies like Microsoft. He is a practiced writer, a productivity app inventor, board game designer, and has a builder-mentality drives entrepreneurship.