Are you a promising and determined young woman or man looking to become a software developer? Do you have what it takes to become a world-class developer? If so, consider applying to the Andela Fellowship, a 4-year, paid professional opportunity to learn from and work with some of the world’s leading technology companies.
Successful applicants are invited to participate in a free, two-week-long Boot Camp led by senior developers educated at some of the world’s top engineering schools. Andela Boot Camps are some of the most rigorous training experiences in the world. At the end of each Boot Camp, successful candidates are invited to participate in an extended developer training program which will lead to a job offer as a full-time Andela Fellow within 3 months. During this extended developer training program you will be paid while you receive 1000 hours of training and instruction in full-stack (front-end and back-end) development skills. If you get through this intensive developer training program you will then be admitted into the Andela Fellowship.
The Andela Fellowship is a new kind of academic experience. It’s sort of like a university, except instead of paying tuition, you’re earning an income. We place you on client projects with global technology companies as you continue your training to ensure you are equipped to meet the evolving needs of the industry.
• Boot Camp (2 weeks): This is a free two-week-long training where you will gain valuable programming skills. When it’s over, the highest-performing participants will receive job offers to join Andela full-time as Andela Fellows.
• Immersion Training (3 months): During a three-month-long immersion training program, you will receive a monthly stipend and 1000 hours of training. After three months of training, you’ll be qualified to work on client projects with top technology companies as an Andela Fellow.
• Andela Fellowship: At the end of Immersion Training, employees will be eligible for continued training and employment with Andela over four years as an Andela Fellow. After the four year program, Andela Fellows can be expected to; start technology companies, work directly with client companies as employees or continue to help train more competent software engineers as Andela.
ELIGIBILITY Young person
DEADLINE : 18th January, 2015
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Deadline : 1st December
The Bici-Tec School of Appropriate Bici-Technology in San Andrés Itzapa, Guatemala is now accepting applications for the first session of training program in 2015, which will run from February 2nd to April 3rd 2015.
Join the Bici-Technology team to learn how to build bicycle machines and grow the movement of appropriate bici-technology!
Description Of the Program
This program offers training in the design, fabrication and installation of bicycle machines, such as bicycle-powered corn grinders and water pumps. These bicycle machines are an affordable and environmentally sustainable technology that increases rural productivity and furthers rural development.
The economic opportunities offered by bicycle technology can lead to the autonomy and empowerment of rural and indigenous families and communities worldwide.
This is a hands-on learning experience facilitated by Bici-Tec founder Carlos Marroquin, a world leader in pedal-powered technology.
Carlos comes to the program with over fifteen years experience in design, construction and implementation of bici-technology. International and Guatemalan students will study side by side in this hands-on program.
Applications are now accepted through December 1st for this exciting program!
NOTE : If you’re interested in attending the Bici-Tec School of Appropriate Bici-Technology at a different time, stay tuned for more information about their Summer 2015 session!
For more information and to how to apply,visit the official Website or generally – www.bicitec.org
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For any burning questions, Email the team via – firstname.lastname@example.org