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    Data Science
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Metis is the only accredited Data Scientist coding bootcamp that is dedicated to the success of its students.The entire Metis mantra is to prepare you for the best and most successful career possible in the Data Science field. The immersive bootcamp is taught in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Singapore, Online, and of course the tech hub of the North West; Seattle . With access to some of the most accredited Data Scientists in the tech field, connections with numerous major companies, and a world class education that pales in comparison to any other, what more could an up and coming Data Scientist hope for? If you’re ready to begin your Data Scientist training in one of the biggest tech hubs of the world, Metis is here to take your skills to the next level and deliver the world class career prep that you deserve.

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Before you attend your first coding bootcamp session, you’ll be eligible to attend one of Metis’ coding bootcamp prep courses. These courses include 36 hours of educational content and the mentorship of a Metis instructor. These courses last 6 weeks total. You’ll be able to choose between Beginner Python and Math or Introduction to Data Science. Additionally, you’ll have access to a self study Metis prep course to help build the skills you’ll need for your Metis bootcamp application. For the main programs, you’ll focus on a variety of Data Science topics including Machine Learning, Statistics, Databases, NLP, NoSQL, handling Big Data, and much more.

Metis’ main program is a 12 week in person bootcamp available at any of their physical locations. The program takes place Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Every day you’ll spend 2 to 3 hours participating in classroom instruction. You’ll then spend 4 to 6 hours developing various projects and focusing on your professional portfolio. At the end of your 12 weeks, you’ll have spent over 400 clock hours coding, learning, and excelling in Data Science. Online Live courses also take place for 12 weeks at a time. Classes take place Monday through Friday with live instruction taking place from 9:00am to 2:00pm. You’ll then spend from 2:00pm to 5:00pm working on independent projects and portfolio pieces.

As mentioned previously, Metis is dedicated to the advancement and job placement of its graduates. Metis has hiring partners and alumni connections with companies big and small throughout the globe. Metis alumni have gone on to work at companies like Buzzfeed, Spotify, Facebook, Apple, Etsy, Airbnb, IBM, Grubhub, and Fitbit. Metis recognizes that it is an exciting time to be a tech worker in Seattle. Local employer demand for data scientists is higher than ever and the supply of data scientists in the Seattle area is dropping. If you’re ready to begin your coding journey and land your dream data science job in Seattle, Metis is here to help you succeed! 

Program tuition for all of Metis’ in person campuses start at $17,000. Program cost for the online version of Metis’ program starts at $10,000. Metis offers a $3,000 tuition scholarship for women, members of underrepresented groups, members of the LGBTQ community, and veterans or US Military personnel. Metis is also an active participant of the GI Bill education initiative. For payment options, Metis has partnered with Skills Fund to offer competitive interest rates that allow up to $15,500 in financing. Metis also offers two coding bootcamp prep sessions which cost $750 each.

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Data Science

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  • Ana
    November 5, 2019 at 12:08 am

    I completed Metis’ data science bootcamp in April of 2017. Overall, I had a fantastic experience and learned a ton. Don’t be fooled by the “bootcamp” style of learning. The curriculum is rigorous and the coursework moves quickly. You’ll do well if you come prepared to put the work in. I wrote a full review of my experience at Metis on my blog: https://wellandwired.com/blog/metis-data-science-bootcamp-review

    After completing the program I started a job at Amazon and have had the opportunity to be a part of some amazing and impactful projects!

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  • Jason
    November 5, 2019 at 8:16 am

    I took the Metis online Beginner Python and Math for Data Science course to prepare myself for Metis’ Data Science Bootcamp application. It had been some time since I have dealt with the mathematical and programmatic concepts required to excel in Metis’ Bootcamp, so this class was the perfect refresher for me. This particular course is an accelerated, but comprehensive dive into all the basics needed to do well in the application process. Each class is paired with a teacher and a TA who are active practitioners in the field of data science. So in addition to assistance with the coursework material, these individuals also provide insight into the field and what a day in the life of a data scientist actually looks like. I really liked the use of Zoom to create a live classroom-like feel as well as access to the teacher and TA outside of class time via Slack. Also, if you may be unsure if data science is the field for you, this class might be a good starting point to see how well you connect/reconnect with the material. But overall I would ABSOLUTELY recommend Metis and, in particular, this class prior to applying for the Bootcamp.

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  • Anonymous
    November 18, 2019 at 8:52 pm

    Metis was life-changing and worth every penny. Great course materials on everything from absolute basics to current state-of-the-art machine learning. Committed Instructors who really care about teaching and helping you succeed. Super smart classmates to collaborate and learn with. Tons of presentation practice opportunities which helps boost confidence. Career support from a million different angles, like networking events, technical mock interviews, resume workshops, and guest speakers. At the end of the day you get out of it what you put in, but if you’re willing to work hard, and you have the aptitude for the topics on their entrance exam, Metis gives you everything you need and more to land your first job as a Data Scientist. It’s certainly possible to achieve this in other cheaper ways, but with Metis you can be confident you’re staying on track, staying motivated, and covering all your bases in one intense, neatly packaged 12-week sprint.

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  • Jhonsen Djajamuliadi
    November 21, 2019 at 6:01 am

    This is my review of METIS Data Science (DS) Bootcamp experience in Seattle, winter session, Jan-Mar 2019.

    I really enjoyed my bootcamp experience! I was pretty much coding daily, learning new concepts, and implementing machine learning (ML) algorithms into various projects pertaining to my interests. It was a blast!!!

    Some things that I really enjoyed: (1) The format emphasizes creating design-to-product pipelines for data science projects. Having done 4 independent projects, I felt ready to tackle new problems, (2) my instructors, Chad and Cliff, provided a good mix of academic and pragmatic approaches to learning data science and completing DS projects, (3) after completing the bootcamp and reviewing class material for a couple weeks, I felt ready for interviews, (4) we practiced pair programming on a daily basis, (5) I felt a sense of camaraderie with my peers. (6) in terms of career support, our counselor (Marybeth) was very helpful. She helped me with everything I needed, from resume/cover letter review, job hunting strategy, connecting with other recruiters, etc.

    Some things to improve (perhaps only for my cohort): (1) having code reviews or detailed project reviews with students would help I think, (3) I would’ve wanted to have more whiteboarding practice (this one didnt come up until the end, during mock interviews), (3) learning more DS use cases for various business problems would’ve really helped.

    Advise for future students:
    * The bootcamp provides sufficient (elementary) overview of fundamental machine learning algorithms, at least enough for entry-level data jobs. However, I’d advise future students to also spend some time learning from external resources (books, blogs, etc.) to get a deeper understanding of each concept.
    * If you intend to join the bootcamp, look up the curriculum ahead of time and think about what kinds of projects you might want to tackle based on your interests.
    * Unless you already have previous programming experience, it would be good to learn python programming and other CS fundamentals yourself.
    * Just keep in mind that career transitioning is not as easy as you might imagine. If you are trying/planning to do it, I think your quickest way to getting a DS role is to leverage the domain knowledge you have from your previous career and then implement DS/ML into your field. Also, I learned that becoming a data scientist is more like a marathon, rather than a sprint.

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  • Aaron
    November 24, 2019 at 7:28 am

    I had a great experience with Metis. I was looking for a fast-paced, in-person way to transition from a job in survey research and data analysis to a more coding- and ML-focused data science career, and it absolutely delivered. It was also a ton of fun!

    Pros:
    – Amazing instructors. They know both the theory and the practice of the material they’re teaching, and they were always happy to help me work through some weird problem or just figure out what to do next.
    – I loved the project-based curriculum, where I had to do everything yourself: pick a topic, find the data, plan everything out, build a model, make it better, figure out how to present it. I could work on stuff that actually interested me and I had real ownership of the product. At the end of the program I had a real portfolio of stuff I was proud of, not just a list of skills.
    – Focus on presenting. Two to three weeks of project work needs to be condensed into a four-minute presentation, which is tough! At the beginning of the program I thought I hated presenting slide decks, but after five chances to get better at it, I actually really enjoy it.
    – Excellent career support – LinkedIn and resume workshops, mock interviews and whiteboarding practice, great alumni network, and unlimited post-graduation support. They really, really want you to get a job. (I received and accepted a great offer exactly a month after graduating, from a company that saw me present at Career Night.)
    – The challenging application process means that all of my peers were very smart cookies. I learned a lot just from finding out what other students were doing.
    – Tons of extra material available if you want to dive deeper into any particular topic that interests you.

    Cons:
    – The rapid pace means that all of my projects felt (to me, at least) a little unfinished – there was always some more I wanted to do, but the presentation deadline always hit so fast! I feel like I could have done one less project if it meant more time to work on the others.
    – The focus on preparing for a job means that some interesting topics aren’t covered in as much depth. For example, you’ll learn the basic theory of deep learning and neural networks, but they don’t spend that much time on it, because companies don’t really hire boot camp grads to build deep learning systems.
    – The curriculum is constantly under development (which is good!), but that meant that there were occasional inconsistencies, like programming challenges that didn’t always exactly relate to what we were covering that week.

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  • Katie
    December 2, 2019 at 3:34 am

    I came to Metis with a master’s in Stats and a background in financial services. I keep taking self-paced online courses in data science and analytics since 2018. I found those courses helpful but not enough to help grow career from data analyst to data scientist, so I was looking for in-person and intensive training in data science. My friend recommended Metis to me. As a mother of two little ones, I was not sure if I could handle Metis’s fast-paced bootcamp. But actually I did it and Metis is one of the best experiences in my life. I highly recommend Metis if you are shopping data science training to make a career change!

    Knowledgeable Instructors: I was at Chicago bootcamp. My instructors Lara and John are very knowledgeable with rich industry experience and deep understanding of theories. I like the way they instruct data science in a clear and practical way. They are always patient and super helpful.

    Well-Structured Curriculum: I enjoy the project-based curriculum which prepares us exactly for what we would do at a data scientist role. We practiced pair programming on a daily basis. We also had weekly coding challenges.

    Interesting Projects: I did 5 projects at Metis. Those projects cover regression, classification, clustering, NLP, and time series analysis. All the projects were done in two/three weeks, which means you need to push yourself hard and dive into the machine learning algorithms.

    Presentation and Communication Training: I am not a native speaker. My English proficiency is limited and my communication skill has plenty of room to improve. I did presentation for each of my projects. My instructors and advisor gave me invaluable advice on presentation and communication!

    Career Support: Metis’s career support is amazing. My career advisor Ashley is super helpful! She gave me tons of suggestions and help with resume, cover letter, job hunting strategy, connection with recruiters and alumni, interview skills, post-graduation 1 on 1, etc.

    Cohort Peers: Cohort peers are smart and from different background. It’s a really good experience to know so many interesting people who have same passion in data science. I enjoy the collaborative environment at Metis. We helped each other out with problems and keep in touch after graduation.

    In short, I would say Metis is a life changing experience to me. Highly recommend!

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  • Keith
    December 3, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    I came to Metis from a very nontraditional background. I received my bachelor’s from a conservatory in New York City, where I studied classical French Horn performance. While there, I had every intention of continuing to play music professionally.

    I decided to do Metis for several reasons. After graduating, I spent several years in a variety of positions mostly related to project management and business operations but was looking to get into more analytical/technical professions. I was taking courses on Udacity and Udemy for about a year; while I found those courses helpful and informative, but they were not enough on their own to facilitate a career transition.

    I learned about Metis from a close friend of mine who attended. It was a highly transformative experience for him, and he was able to secure a position at a startup where he actually started and is now building the data science team.

    Like anything in life, you’ll get out of it what you put into it. One thing that makes Metis so great is the community that you join. Some of my closest friends are students that attended my cohort (and even previous and subsequent cohorts). We all helped each other through the challenges that we faced throughout the bootcamp. We learned as much from the instructors as we did from each other by working through our problems together. (Always be willing to ask questions!!!).

    While it would be possible for me to (more or less) learn this material on my own, I would not have been to do so as quickly and comprehensively. That said, even if I learned this all on my own, there’s no way that I could have achieved the same level of confidence, not without being surrounded by the great instructors, staff, and peers that Metis provides. During the bootcamp, you’ll get a clear idea of where the bar is and what you need to do to reach it.

    The career counseling was also highly beneficial. They are very honest about the career options you should expect upon completing the bootcamp, and they do their best to connect you with hiring managers and representatives where your unique skills and background will be appreciated.

    Without any technical degrees or relevant experience, I was told to expect the possibility of a data analyst position and not a data science position. I had about a 50-50 split in terms of the interviews I was getting between data scientist and analyst positions. Three months after completing the bootcamp, I received two offers from leads generated through the Metis career counselor. One as a Senior Data Analyst and the other as a Data Scientist. I accepted the offer as a Data Scientist.

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  • Dave
    December 11, 2019 at 5:06 am

    I came to Metis Chicago with a degree in Economics, and several years of work experience in financial services and public sector analytics. I was running into problems at work where I knew there was a way to create models that would give us robust answers and to program sturdy solutions, but I simply didn’t know how. I did the bootcamp to learn exactly that- how to use modeling techniques to answer real world questions, and to get much better at programming. I dramatically expanded my knowledge of statistics, modeling, and machine learning, and became a much better programmer. I’m surprised at how much I learned in 3 months. The strong emphasis on real world and business applications of these skills was indispensable, as was the emphasis on communicating my results through visualizations and presentations.

    I recommend Metis to anyone who wants to pursue data science and analytics as a career. You actually gain enough knowledge and experience to move your career forward, or to pivot in that direction. The material is fantastic, it’s clear that a lot of thought and effort has gone into not only producing it, but revising it to improve it, and curating it to keep it up to date. The instructors are brilliant, they’re actual practitioners of the material, and they’re excited to have you learn it too. The staff is wonderful, they make the bootcamp an enjoyable place to spend three months, and the career services support is way better than anything your college pretended to give you- it’s personal, thorough, ongoing, and effective.

    As with everything, you get out what you put in, but there’s ample material to strive and learn a lot, and the instructors are supportive and available to help you learn as much as you’re willing to. It’s not easy, and it shouldn’t be- if it were, you wouldn’t be learning anything. It takes a significant amount of time and effort, but the payoff is worth it.

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