LP Cybersecurity
Bootcamp
FAQs

LP Cybersecurity FAQs

Check out answers to these common questions below
Hero banner
frequently Asked

Questions

Will I get a job?

On average, 95% of active job seekers get hired within 63 days. Working with our career coaches, students will develop a tailored road map for their job search that will help them navigate their job search successfully.

How do you help me in getting a job?

Students are supported in their job search with job preparation integrated throughout the bootcamp experience. Students receive coaching about their job search strategy, LinkedIn, resume, and professional networking. After graduation, you also have access to a career coach to support you in your job search.

Do you offer payment options or financing?

Yes. You receive an instant $250 savings when you pay your tuition in full before the bootcamp begins.‍ You can also pay 50% upfront and the remaining balance by week 10 of the bootcamp. Other payment options are available when you finance through Ascent.

Are scholarships available?

Yes, partial merit-based scholarships are available. Prospective students may apply for a scholarship by including a personal essay about why they are deserving during the bootcamp application process. Scholarship recipients are selected following the admissions advisor call and prospective students are informed upon acceptance into the bootcamp.

Will I get to know others in this Live-online Bootcamp?

Yes, students form a close community with classmates and alumni. During your live online classes, you’re face-to-face with other students in your cohort and in your small groups (8-10 students). Students and instructors also communicate daily through Slack and have access to our alumni channel to build a network with 500+ other Evolve graduates.

What makes cybersecurity such a rewarding career?

Cybersecurity is a rapidly expanding field. This has created a shortage of cybersecurity professionals, resulting in numerous positions that need to be filled. If you enjoy fast-paced work where you’re always learning, you’ll excel in a cybersecurity career.

Are any prerequisites needed to enroll?

You can enroll without any prior IT or development experience. However, incoming students are expected to be familiar with basic cybersecurity concepts, computer networking, and the Linux command line. Start with our Cybersecurity Fundamentals course to learn the basics and prepare for the bootcamp which is required for all incoming students.

How many hours a day will I be learning?

Live-online classes meet Monday -Thursday. (7-9 p.m. CST) and every other Saturday (10 a.m.-3 p.m. CST) with office hours available. Students are expected to spend a total of 20 hours per week on Cybersecurity Bootcamp studies, including in-class and individual work. On average, individual work is about 8 hours a week.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.