The classes are all online, with both synchronous and asynchronous meetings. Students perform practical programming activities during the course to help them make a portfolio in their study area. Job search support includes (i) workshops about doing job interviews and writing a CV, (ii) newsletters with open vacancies, and (iii) direct matching with tech recruiters from organizations with which the bootcamp has a partnership.
The intervention is free of charge, and the bootcamp additionally offers financial support for lower-income individuals to keep up with the course. In particular, the program provides a cash transfer of about 500 Brazilian Reais (BRL) –approximately 100 USD– to cover food and internet expenses, besides lending a laptop.