Digital for Africa is organizing 10,000 Young Programmers in cooperation with Abowsalah Aldawliyyah and Arab Union for Volunteering Sponsored by United Nations Volunteering Egypt, Misr Terous Foundation, Agyal Foundation, Al Korrah Foundation for Sustainable Development and other international and local institutions.
The project aims to train and empower young people to easily join the free labor market and work remotely, especially in light of the circumstances of the Corona pandemic, which demonstrated the need for the world to transform digitally.
10,000 Young Programmers Project” is a grant for technology learning and developing digital skills for youth.
It provides a large number of advanced technology skills and practical experiences to build the capacity of young people and qualify them for labor market and future jobs.
It is a virtual academy that aims to train and enable young people to easily join the freelancing market and work remotely, and to achieve professional success and compete in the market.
The Trainees will get a free learning and acquisition skills experience through training courses provided by programming experts and practical training through pilot projects and virtual classes (or webinars), and provide continuous guidance and support through professionals, and continuous interaction between trainees.
– To participate in the program, you need a good level in one of the following languages: English, Arabic or French.
– Anyone from Arab or African countries can apply.
– The training program is three months length.
From 6 months to 12 months
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