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Macbooks up for grabs and a 6-month course

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Enyata is supporting the growth of 50 young Nigerians with Macbooks and a 6-month course.

Tracks

Engineering

This track identifies people in the field of Frontend, Mobile and Backend Development, and Data Science/Engineering.

Products

This track identifies people in the field of Product Design, Product Management, and Data Analytics.

Criteria

This project is targeting young techies with some level of experience in either of the fields listed in the tracks with a willingness to grow and fit the criteria below:

  • Must be a Nigerian
  • Must pass the aptitude test
  • Have a personal or professional portfolio with:
    • Github activities in the past 6 months – Engineering track
    • Learning/project activities in the past 6 months – Product track
  • Great attitude towards learning.

Timeline

  • 01Nov – 25th Application deadline
  • 02Dec – 5th Aptitude Test
  • 03Dec – 12th Selection
  • 04Dec – 15th
  • Dec 23rd Resource distribution

Apply Now

For more information, visit https://build.enyata.com

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