With the Montana Code School at the University of Montana set to expand services to the Bozeman area later this month, the program has announced the hiring of Nicholas Marucci as the new lead instructor.

“I speak on behalf of the entire Montana Code School team that we are extremely fortunate and thrilled to have Nick – who comes with a wealth of knowledge and life experience – join our team,” said Kelly Nash, executive director of Montana Code School. “We know he will play an instrumental role in not only instructing, but helping move Montana Code School forward with new and innovative ideas.”

Montana Code School, a 12-week, intensive computer programming boot camp that got its start in Missoula in 2015 and will begin its inaugural class in Bozeman on Monday, May 23, creates a pipeline of talent for the technology community. The code school’s mission is to address the acute need for computer programmers to serve Montana’s booming tech sector by training the next generation of talent.