James J. Hill Center

The James J. Hill Center is a non-profit business center, located in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

The iconic entrepreneur James J. Hill had a vision to provide the people of Minnesota with a Reference Library to support and grow culture and economic development in the state. The James J. Hill Reference Library opened its doors in 1921.

In 2014 the name was changed to James J. Hill Center to more fully represent the services and programs we provide beyond our Reference Library. The Hill honors the legacy of its founder by continuing to support entrepreneurial spirit in the 21st Century. We offer research, programs, and networking for each stage of business development. Our efforts also include services to the broader community through the hosting of cultural and artistic programming and events.

jjhill.org | @jjhillcenter

The Iron Yard

The Iron Yard offers full-time and part-time programs in Back-End Engineering, Front-End Engineering, Mobile Engineering and Design. The Iron Yard creates real, lasting change for people, their companies, and communities through technology education. The in-person, immersive format of The Iron Yard's 12-week courses helps people learn to code and be prepared with the skills needed to start a career as junior-level software developers.

The Iron Yard in Minneapolis | @TheIronYard

Prime Digital Academy

Prime prepares students to join the industry as entry-level software engineers through a program centered around a 12 week immersive classroom experience. Prime uses modern technologies like HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AngularJS and Node.js to give students a foundational knowledge in software engineering to apply in any technical environment.

primeacademy.io | @goprimeacademy