Tuesday, January 21, 2014

'NYC Web Development Fellowship' in Downtown Brooklyn

Photo: Danja, Flickr
If you want to become a web developer and can survive for 6 months while going to school in Downtown Brooklyn, you might try out for this fellowship:

New York City is offering a NYC Web Development Fellowship, designed to train Fellows with the skills necessary to start a career in web development. Graduates from the Fellowship will be qualified to for jobs as web developers, using HTML5, Ruby, Ruby on Rails and Javascript.

Offered by the Workforce Development Corporation, a not-for-profit affiliated with the NYC Department of Small Business Services, the NYC Web Development Fellowship will support the growing number of tech companies in the city, especially in Downtown Brooklyn where the Fellowship’s campus is located.

This Fellowship will allow New Yorkers to get training from The Flatiron School at no cost – a program that normally charges students $12,000. Only 28 students will be selected for the class. Applicants must be eligible and go through a competitive screening process.

All admitted fellows must be committed to doing 150+ hours of prework and being on campus from 9:00AM to 6:00PM, Monday thru Friday, March 31, 2014 through August 29, 2014.

More information here.

Go to McBrooklyn's HOME PAGE.

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