Level graduate Eric Houston wrote a song recounting his time at Level, and it was so good that we had it professionally recorded by performer Nicole Elizabeth. Sing along!

The Level Song
To the tune of Da do ron ron ron by the Crystals

Jon told me about Level – I was driving my car (pronounced “cah”)
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
He told me they was teaching SQL, Tableau and R (pronounced “sequel” and “ah”)
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
Yeah, I was driving my car
Yes, Excel, Statistics and R
And, when Nick got on about jobs,

Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
They seemed to know for fact that the job market was dead
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
And then I saw some sugar plums a – dance in my head
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
Yeah, they got in my head
Yes, the damn job market was dead
Then, I went and signed on the line
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron

Maria gave the lectures and the pace was tough
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
Someday I hope I’m gonna know this stuff
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron
Yeah, the pace was tough,
Yet, we seem to know our stuff
Now it’s time for making it real –
Da do ron-ron-ron, da do ron-ron