The Holberton School
Applications now open for September 8th, 2020
Tulsa is a land of opportunity. A generous and welcoming community, the city is not bound by traditional conventions. Nationally recognized as the state's center for economic development, Tulsa has a diverse economy and employment opportunities in finance, aeronautics, telecommunications, and technology. Companies like Bank of Oklahoma, American Airlines, AAON, Helmerich & Payne, ONEGas, ONEOK, Quiktrip and Williams Companies, have established their headquarters in the metropolitan area of Tulsa.
Once named America's "Oil Capital of the World", recent revitalization has transformed Tulsa from a vital hub for America's oil and gas industry to a diverse, vibrant community with room for all types of passions and vocations to prosper.
Cultural Center of the Universe
Tulsa's fun and vibrant culture and entrepreneurial spirit have built a city that embraces inclusion and champions big ideas. It's a city that intentionally builds itself around the people already here while making itself available for newcomers. Home to two world-renowned art museums, a booming nightlife, and a diverse food scene, there's always something to do in the "Center of the Universe". The city boasts short commute times, more than 125 parks, 180 miles of bicycle and pedestrian trails, and a passion for supporting their local, pro and college sports teams.
Learn more about our $1,500 monthly need-based assistance*
Note: The living stipends have reach capacity for applicants for the January 2020 cohort. However, the foundation will be granting livng stipends for the June Cohort.
$1,500 / mo*
need-based living assistance for qualifying Holberton Tulsa students
Discounted ISA 10%*
as long as paying students reside in Tulsa
$87,117 / yr
Average salary for software engineers in Tulsa OK ( Glassdoor)
job postings for tech talent in Tulsa metro area by 2025
2019 Emsi Report on Computer and Mathematical Jobs in NE Oklahoma
4.7 / 5
star rating on Coursereport.com
Part of what makes Holberton unique is that we don’t require any prior knowledge of coding, so we attract diverse people from diverse backgrounds.
This creates a rich learning environment where people can have strong debates, work across viewpoints, cultures, and conceptions, and celebrate what makes each of us unique.
— Zac Carman, CEO at consumeraffairs.com
"ConsumerAffairs cannot wait to hire engineers from Holberton. Holberton will help close the engineering talent gap in Tulsa which will help us compete regionally."
Our school and students are supported by an incredible group of sponsors.
Contact us to learn more about becoming a corporate sponsor: here