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Catherine Kim was working as a recruiter at Chipton-Ross, an aerospace recruiting firm, in the IT and engineering department prior to coming to Sabio. She used to speak to software engineers and discuss with them how to get more functions out of the computers that people use on an every day basis. The engineers that Catherine spoke with suggested that she go online and learn a few languages before she made a commitment to changing careers. She went to Codeacademy and learned HTML and CSS, and she went to a Python meetup where she met people who suggested more online courses for her to explore.

When Catherine found out about Sabio, she decided to enroll. Before coming to Sabio, aside from the online courses she had taken, she did not have a background in software development. Catherine had studied political science at Loyola Marymount University and graduated in 2015.


When asked to describe her bootcamp experience, Catherine said, "It was hard, and there was a lot of information thrown at you. But until you dive in, you don't know what to expect, but I really liked the learning environment."

Catherine recently graduated with cohort 12. She was hired as an application developer with C.R. Laurence. She is earning almost twice the amount of money than she was making as a recruiter. It took her about a month to find her current job. Two weeks before her cohort ended, she started looking for jobs, and about a month later she had an offer for her current position.

Congrats Catherine!

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