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Perpetual Education

About Perpetual Education

The only online school that teaches the entire web design and development process from idea to completion: in just a few focused hours per day. We teach the real FULL STACK. That's right. Not just surface-level CRUD apps. The whole design and development process. Our flagship program "Design for The Web" is a 6-month mentorship for people who want to be more than 'coders' or 'visual designers.' We treat web development and UX as a combined discipline. Check out the website for all the details! PE's program DFTW folds in over a decade of work experience, hundreds of books, real-world scenarios, exercises, real client projects - and a personal connection to your team and instructor. 2021 is our first year of operation. You can see what our students are saying - here, on CK. This course is built from our background in fine art and over 10 years of web design and development experience working free-lance, small design shops, small agencies, contracting, consulting, as Sr. product designer/developer in larger corporations - and a ton of real-world experience. These stories frame the learning experience along with the history of the web as our guide. This program is unlike any other / and we do it all - in just a few hours a day. This program is part-time *on purpose.* That's the magic of it. Design a better world. Wield the power of The Web. Start today. ~ Ivy c/o PE

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Is Perpetual Education legit? According to the 8 Perpetual Education reviews on Career Karma, the school holds a rating of 4.7 out of five. 0

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PE's DFTW = Sturcture, Guidance, Knowledge, and Confidence

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Alex Vong student at Perpetual Education
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I am a current student at Perpetual Education's "Design for The Web" mentorship and to this day I truly believe it was the best decision I made regarding my future and dream of going into Web Development and Design. Prior to discovering and enrolling in the mentorship, I spent a year and a half trying to go down the self-taught route. I purchased numerous courses on Udemy, took advantage of free resources like FreeCodeCamp, Codecademy, and YouTube but over that year and a half I found myself...
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- The lesson and structure is well presented and caters to almost any schedule - Lessons are well explained for those who have little to no prior knowledge of coding - Derek makes himself available to meet with students almost any time to...
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Not so much the fault of this program but all online courses are tough. Not being in a physical classroom setting with actual students makes it a bit harder to learn. Having some students in different time zones also make it tough to work...

PE's DFTW = Structure, Guidance, Knowledge, and Confidence

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Alex Vong student at Perpetual Education
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Created 1 year ago
I am a current student at Perpetual Education's "Design for The Web" mentorship and to this day I truly believe it was the best decision I made regarding my future and dream of going into Web Development and Design. Prior to discovering and enrolling in the mentorship, I spent a year and a half trying to go down the self-taught route. I purchased numerous courses on Udemy, took advantage of free resources like FreeCodeCamp, Codecademy, and YouTube but over that year and a half I found myself...
Pros
- Daily lessons are well made and well explained especially for those who have little to zero knowledge of programming - Derek makes himself available to always meet with students who need help, something you don't always get with...
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- Not so much because of this program but online learning itself can be difficult, not having that in person class setting and working physically with other students makes learning a bit tough - Having students in other time zones also...

I don't regret it

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Thomas Lee student at Perpetual Education
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I've been enrolled in the Design for the Web (DFTW) program now for six months. I chose to build my career here because of how original, unique and genuine the program's approach is compared to the content provided by the mass of other boot camps. For example, none of the other bootcamps offered the chance to study and work in small groups while in a mentorship program. In addition, the most impressive factor was that this program tied in web development and visual design. After the first...
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- Constant contact with the mentor - Holistic program
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- Growing pains due to being relatively new

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Scott Sandoval student at Perpetual Education
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From the time I had met Derek, something told me that I had come to the right place. Our first meeting was a two hour conversation, where we hung out and got to know each other. I thought to myself "Wow, this person just spent two hours with me and I'm not even his student yet." To me, this was very impressive. This action demonstrated the care and value that Perpetual Education places upon the students that it takes in. As of March first of 2021 I have been a student here and I couldn’t be...
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One on One attention from your mentor. Very logically based curriculum (building / learning from the ground up). Classroom interaction is very prevalent. Focus on the individual and finding the "right way for you". Endless projects, if you...
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I don't have as much time as I'd like to hang out in class and immerse myself as much as I'd like to.... As for Perpetual Education, absolutely no Cons.

Design and program with confidence

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Marco Rizzuto student at Perpetual Education
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I wish a school like Perpetual Education(PE) existed back in 2016 when I started my journey to learn to code. Not so much a bootcamp but a community of like-minded and intelligent people to learn with. I can confidently say that they are one of a kind. Since becoming a student, I have made more progress learning design and programming here than I did in 3+ years of learning on my own. No other school recreates the demands of a real-world work environment, while also teaching you work-life...
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excellent work/life balance, community support, access to the instructor
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Not enough Dereks!

Perpetual Education Courses

Perpetual Education offers a wide range of excellent courses to choose from. Part-time courses include Design for The Web. Finally, for those wishing to study remotely, Perpetual Education online courses include Design for The Web.

No matter which course you choose, the Perpetual Education curriculum has been crafted and tested to ensure you leave the program with the skills you need to launch a rewarding new career.

How much does Perpetual Education cost? As for Perpetual Education tuition, all Perpetual Education courses cost $10,000.. But the cost of Perpetual Education courses shouldn’t be the only thing you consider. There are a variety of financing options available to help you pay for Perpetual Education's cost.

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$10,000 if paid fully upfront or choose from one of our ISA options. The only online school that teaches the entire web design and development process from idea to completion: in just a few focused hours per day. Includes: A real human mentor, Passionate team members, 6 lessons a week, Daily accountability, Design process, Programming, Daily challenges, Real client projects, Career guidance, Future-proof skillset. By the end of this program - you will have been exposed to every part of the design process. You'll have crafted an impressive portfolio that proves your unique value in a role of your choosing. You'll also have access to all future elective courses as they are created.
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Perpetual Education Outcomes

Is Perpetual Education worth it? Let’s look at the Perpetual Education outcomes numbers. 0 Perpetual Education graduates have found rewarding careers at high-profile companies like .

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When will see Perpetual Education's first round graduates?

Created 1 year ago

PE's first (official) session hasn't even started with / as of this date: So, Expect the first 16 portfolios to be revealed in the beggining of June 2021. It's exciting! If the students feel up for a review before then, they are welcome to talk about it - but we're really much more interested in the concrete outcomes than their feelings mid-course. It could be YOU! https://perpetual.education

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How did Perpetual Education develop their curriculum?

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The secret is out! First off, I (@sheriffderek) went to a bunch of interesting schools. Then from 2010 to now I read hundreds of books, built hundreds of websites, worked in a lot of different roles, took tons of classes - and taught a lot of people how to design and program things. So - 10 years of making things all-day - every day / on top of an art-school background. A few more people got involved and well: This was our technique: We figured out what the one single most...

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Which companies hire Perpetual Education graduates?

There are graduates from Perpetual Education working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like

How many students does this school have?

Perpetual Education has over 0 students and graduates as of 2022. This number will only continue to grow as more and more students take advantage of the courses offered here.

What courses are offered at Perpetual Education?

Perpetual Education offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: Design for The Web.

What types of programs are available at Perpetual Education?

Perpetual Education currently has Part-time types of programs available to new students.

What financing options are offered by Perpetual Education?

This school offers a variety of different financing options, including: ISA, Upfront Payments. With these payment methods, nearly anyone can attend Perpetual Education.

Where is Perpetual Education available?

Perpetual Education has one campus located in Los Angeles. If you live in or near Los Angeles, consider visiting to get an idea of Perpetual Education’s style and staff. ...

Which companies hire Perpetual Education graduates?

There are graduates from Perpetual Education working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like

How many students does this school have?

Perpetual Education has over 0 students and graduates as of 2022. This number will only continue to grow as more and more students take advantage of the courses offered here.

What courses are offered at Perpetual Education?

Perpetual Education offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: Design for The Web.

What types of programs are available at Perpetual Education?

Perpetual Education currently has Part-time types of programs available to new students.

What financing options are offered by Perpetual Education?

This school offers a variety of different financing options, including: ISA, Upfront Payments. With these payment methods, nearly anyone can attend Perpetual Education.

Where is Perpetual Education available?

Perpetual Education has one campus located in Los Angeles. If you live in or near Los Angeles, consider visiting to get an idea of Perpetual Education’s style and staff. ...

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