Bootcamp Program For High School & College Students

Online coding summer programs for teens.

Learn Tech Skills. Have Fun.

21 Ethos is designed to give you an opportunity to develop STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and life skills that will inspire your future education and career choices.

This program allows you to envision a future where you can be a creator, innovator, and leader of the technology that powers the world.

Our programs are powered by fun and intentional physical and digital educational experiences, workshops, and programming to help you develop pipelines of future STEM talent and extraordinary leaders.

Classes For Students

Design Classes

Hone your design skills. Learn graphic design or web design this summer or after school.

Coding Classes

Get started coding. Learn Java, Python, or web development this summer or after school.

Cloud Security

Learn how to identify security issues in the cloud and industry-standard techniques.

Why Choose This Program?


Learn Faster Than On Your Own

When you have a set schedule with classes that require attendance you will be pushed harder than you can push yourself. So if time is of the essence, this bootcamp is the way to go.


Fast pace and high impact

If you want  to change your career quickly, this bootcamp provide a ton of information in a short amount of time. You will walk out with more knowledge than you ever thought possible in such a short period of time.



You will work on teams to solve problems and build products. This helps develop communication, conflict resolution, and project management skills, which are essential to growing your career in any industry.


Support from experts

This bootcamp has instructors who are currently working in the industry and will be able to help you solve relevant problems. You should feel supported instead of stuck when trying to digest all the new information.

Are you the next leader in tech?

Whether you hope to become an engineer, programmer, web & app developer, or a software engineer, you’ll need STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) skills to write code. This fall, you can start building the foundation for your future in tech — and build friendships with classmates around the country.