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Limited $5,000-$10,000 Scholarships for JAG Seniors and Alumni

Kenzie Academy is partnering with JAG to offer $300,000 in tuition scholarships for Kenzie's 2-year, college alternative programs. Students start for $100 upfront and only pay back tuition once they're earning over $40k.

20 - $10,000 scholarships available for JAG Seniors for the July or September 2019 cohorts

20 - $5,000 scholarships for available for JAG alumni for the April, July, or September 2019 cohorts

HOW DO I QUALIFY?
You must submit a Kenzie Academy application and be a 2019 Graduating JAG Senior or JAG Alumni.

WHAT ARE THE ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS?
We assess each individual through a series of interviews. We test for critical thinking skills, technical aptitude, and a good attitude. We DO NOT look at test scores or transcripts.

HOW DOES KENZIE BENEFIT JAG STUDENTS?

  1. Project Based Learning Environment
    Students absorb more when they’re actually USING the skills they’re being taught. With hands-on projects, students work in teams to solve problems in real-time. Many individuals who struggled in a traditional lecture-based learning model are able to thrive at Kenzie.

  2. Access to a Paycheck While in School
    Kenzie gives students access to work in part-time jobs they can do from home that fit with Kenzie’s intense program schedule. The roles give students directly applicable tech skills plus a paid job earning $13/hour.

  3. Apprenticeship
    2nd Year students at Kenzie have the opportunity to work with employer partners on real-world projects -- which helps them build their resume.

  4. Job Placement Services
    The majority of Kenzie students receive full-time job offers prior to or upon graduation from Kenzie, with salaries ranging anywhere from $50k to $70k.

QUESTIONS?

Contact Admissions Advisor Alecia Kissel: alecia@kenzie.academy


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Nigel,

UX Engineering Student

“Kenzie has provided me with an education that you can’t find anywhere else in the country. I’ve learned more in 1 month at Kenzie than I did in 1 year at college!”