One of the benefits of winning the Girls in Tech + Axosoft Scholarship Program is fully paid tuition to Bottega’s Part-Time “Full Stack Developer” Program, a $7,500 value! This program is part-time and online and takes about 20 hours per week to complete. Check out these Bottega program highlights:
- Master two programming languages
The course will cover both Python 3 and React JS. Whether you are a rookie or have been coding for years, graduates of this program will master these in-demand front-end and back-end languages.
- A program built around your schedule
The part-time program typically takes 4-9 months with a total of 50 hours of pre-work and 600 hours of self-paced curriculum, so you should expect about 20 hours per week. The courses are all remote and you can fit them into your busy schedule.
- Gain skills employers NEED
There is a need for developers in almost every industry. Whether you are interested in the medical field, consumer technology, or public service there is likely an employer in need of a developer. Bottega grads have a 93% job placement rate within 90 days of graduation.
- Certificate from an accredited organization
Bottega is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission. This means you can be confident you are receiving quality coursework. More information on accreditation.
- Access to Bottega career placement services
The recipient of the Girls in Tech + Axosoft Scholarship will also have access to Bottega career placement services, including resume & interview preparation and continued learning & professional training. Plus, you’ll have an opportunity to intern with Axosoft after completing the program, after which you’ll be evaluated for a full-time position!
What are you waiting for? Apply for this incredible opportunity today and jumpstart your career! The application only includes a few questions, but don’t wait until the last minute! The application deadline is September 14, 2018.
Written by Roxanne Kirk
Roxanne Kirk is a member of the Marketing Committee for Girls in Tech Phoenix. She has experience in the HR/payroll tech space and is passionate about supporting women in STEM fields.