Great futures in IT careers start here

SUNY Adirondack and SaratogaCanCode join forces to offer free Information Technology (IT) training programs in Front End Web Development and Python for Data Analytics through a New York State and Federal Department of Labor grant.
SUNY Adirondack’s Workforce Readiness Academies Program (WRAP) provides free training opportunities for New York state residents who are unemployed and underemployed and seeking occupational skills training to qualify for full-or part-time employment or to obtain higher-level employment. Included in the program are customized services based on participant need, such as career coaching, academic advising, study skills, job-search skills and accessing resources such as child care and technology support.
Courses Starting this Fall
Nov. 8, 2021 to Feb. 7, 2022
Mondays and Wednesdays | 5:45 to 8:45 p.m. (No class Nov. 24, Dec. 27 or Jan. 17)
  • Front End Web Development
  • Python for Data Analytics

Free info session: On Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 4 to 5 p.m., join us online through Zoom for a free information session to learn more about these programs! Advance registration is required online here using this form. After registering, participants will recieve the Zoom link to the info session by email.


Building a workforce

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of mid-May, New York state has an unemployment rate of 8.5 percent, among the highest in the country.
The state’s underemployed rate — those who work fewer than 35 hours a week but want to work full time and are available to do so — is 17.8 percent.


To find out if you're eligible for the program, please fill out this short form.

The 12-week training programs are offered virtually through SaratogaCanCode, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping build a trained software workforce throughout the greater Capital Region.

The Front End Web Development course gives students hands-on practice building pieces of code to connect user experience into back-end processes. Through lecture, individual assignments, tutorials and projects, students will establish solid foundations in key programs for front-end developers, including HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, jQuery, JavaScript/jQuery and Github. This course might be of particular interest to graphic designers and beginning programmers. The class meets virtually two evenings a week in three-hour sessions.

In the Python for Data Analytics course, students will learn fundamental programming concepts using Python as a tool for collecting, analyzing and visualizing data. No programming experience is necessary, although those with experience interested in learning new languages and applications are welcome. Students will learn variables, data structures, loops, conditionals and other basics of programming, as well as delve into Python Libraries for data analysis and cover basic statistics to learn data interpretation techniques. The class meets virtually two evenings a week in three-hour sessions.


Participants receive 12 weeks of training in either Front End Web Development or Python for Data Analytics, as well as support from SUNY Adirondack. Each participant will receive customized services based on their needs, including career coaching, academic advising, study skills, job-search skills and accessing resources such as emergency child care and technology support.

The Fall 2021 Front End Web Development course and Python for Data Analytics courses will be held Nov. 8, 2021 to Feb. 7, 2022, Mondays and Wednesdays, from 5:45 to 8:45 p.m. (no class Nov. 24, Dec. 27 or Jan. 17).

The 12-week, interactive courses are offered online via Microsoft Teams and Zoom through SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education in collaboration with SaratogaCanCode. If you are interested, but don't have access to a computer or Internet, SUNY Adirondack, and the NYS and Federal Department of Labor grant may be able to support your technology needs.