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Code + Design Bootcamp Application

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Code + Design Bootcamp


This summer, PalTel Group Foundation will be offering scholarships for an intensive bootcamp that combines

industry designed online coursework with in-person instruction by professionals from. Silicon Valley (from Google, WhatsApp, Dropbox, and others) to equip students with the skills and mindset to enter the global tech workforce

The bootcamp will offer two distinct tracks in Computer Science and UI/UX Design, along with a special focus on Design Thinking and entrepreneurship for all students.

CS Track:

Android Developer Nanodegree by Udacity designed by Google

Who: Computer Science and Computer Engineering students entering their final year or graduating this year.

What: The curriculum is designed to transform those with intermediate skills and a working knowledge of Java development best practices into specialists with the Android platform.

Successful completion of the program means a diverse portfolio of projects to show potential employers, an established credential to affirm your achievements, and your own app on the Google Play Store. Students will also be learn how to utilize online resources for the future.

UI/UX Track:

HackDesign Course + Udacity Lessons designed by Google

Who: Architecture engineering, graphic design, and visual art students entering their final year or graduating this year.

What: Students will learn the principles of design, along with the foundations of user interaction and user experience as a means to designing products for web and mobile applications.

Successful completion of the program means students will be comfortable with designing technical products, know how to perform a Google Design sprint, and create a design portfolio. Students will gain the knowledge and access to resources in order to kickstart a career in design.

Available seats: 20 per track
Selection process: Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis. Selected applicants will be invited for interviews by 24 June 2018.
Start date: 22 July 2018
End date: 19 Augustus 2018
Commitment: The program will run full time for 4 weeks (i.e., 5-6 days per week, 8+ hours per day) and will involve additional work during the Fall of 2018.
Note: Students are also expected to complete any pre-requisites prior to the beginning of the program (Java and/or Andorid Basics for CS track; Basic design principles for UI/UX track)

Additional Information

Udacity is an innovative online education provider. Udacity offers cutting-edge courses built in partnership with leading companies like Google, AT&T, and Facebook on everything from mastering web design to tech entrepreneurship. Their flagship Nanodegree programs set the standard for industry-recognized credentials. Their mission is to Democratize Education, their mantra is Students First, and their message is: Be In Demand.

Udacity develops all their courses with input from leading education and industry experts. The content is cutting-edge and teaches the most relevant skills needed to advance your career, whether you want to be in tech, or just leverage your new-found tech skills. These industry partnerships ensure that students are mastering the skills top employers are seeking in their candidates.

To learn more about the Udacity Android Developer Nanodegree click here

To see a sample course on UI/UX design click here