Application Deadline: June 1st 2021
Take the first step on the journey to becoming a digital professional. We’re there to support you through the journey, helping you to upskill on some of the most in-demand tech skills out there!
GOOGLE CERTIFICATES,±6 MONTH SELF DRIVEN PROGRAMME
- 500 spots available
- Spaces only available for Nigerian and Kenyan applicants
How does it work:
SHOW US AND PARTNERS YOUR SKILLS: TAKE OUR APTITUDE TEST
The aptitude test takes about an hour to complete and helps us assess your skills so that we can share top performers with partners who may have some learning or earning opportunities available.
WAIT FOR AN OPPORTUNITY, JOIN THE COMMUNITY
We’ll be honest: We don’t have enough opportunities. But we work hard to find them by building partnerships. Stay connected, and when something comes up we can let you know.
GET MATCHED TO AN OPPORTUNITY AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE
Selection is competitive. We will invite strong candidates to opportunities as they become available. Below are our current opportunities.
- Web Development Bootcamp with Unicef and Umuzi
Full time: 9 Months programme with stipend included. 50 Spots available.
This programme has specific requirements from the delivery partners:
Applicants: Women & Displaced youth (not living in their home town)
Countries (from or currently residing in): Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Burundi.
What is web development?
Full stack web developers build, and work with, the websites and applications that consumers engage with (the front-end) along with the servers and databases that speak to those website and applications (the back-end). The line between what can be done on the front-end vs the back-end is getting blurry and employers increasingly value these full-stack skills.
There are several advantages to being a Full-stack Web Developer:
- Understand all the moving parts in a development project
- Rapidly create a prototype to test an idea
- Reduce project costs
- Simplify and streamline team communication
- Get to grips with all aspects of new and upcoming technologies
On the Umuzi programme, you’ll build real software and solve challenging problems, helping you to learn and practice as you work.
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