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Earn up to $1,000 Per Student*!

You could earn cash for every student you send to Codeup! Learn the full offer details below. (Policy Updated 07/21/22)

Codeup Referral Program

How it works

How can you make money telling your friends and family about Codeup? If someone you refer completes the program, we’ll give you a payout. Make sure they put your name on their initial application, or you won’t get credit!

How do I get paid?

It’s so simple! Tell everyone about Codeup’s Cloud Administration, Web Development and Data Science programs! Make sure the person you refer to Codeup puts your legal name on their initial application on this form, or you won’t get credit!  When they complete the program, reach out to us and we’ll confirm your payout.

If a prospective student lists YOU on their application and graduates the program, you’ll receive: $1000.*

NOTE: Payments will be in queue for processing once the prospective student graduates the program.  You will receive a Referral Bonus form and a w-9 that must be completed in order to receive payment. The prospective student must put your name as the referral when they applied to the program or you won’t qualify for the referral (even if the student mentions your name after they started the program.)

The application must be submitted after 04/16/2019. Codeup staff members are not eligible to receive referral bonuses for prospective and current Codeup students due to regulation by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). If a Codeup alum accepts a position as a Codeup staff member in any capacity, they are relinquishing their eligibility for the alumni referral bonus for the period that they are employed by Codeup. Codeup Alumni are eligible.

*Women in Tech referral program cannot be used in combination with any other existing referral or promotion.

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