Bader Young Entrepreneurs Program and the Nawaya Network teamed up to launch an advanced coding bootcamp in Lebanon, which aims to teach young computer science and computer engineering graduates all the hard and soft skills needed in order to become highly employable professional software developers.
The program is called SE Factory ('Software Engineering' Factory). Accepted students will go through 14 weeks (5 days a week, 9 hours a day) of full-time intensive practical training on the full stack of web development technologies. Participants will also receive training on soft skills necessary in the workplace (project management, presentation, interviewing, CV writing, etc...).
If you think you've got what it takes to participate and work long hours alongside experts, you can apply to the upcoming batch by filling this form.
After this online application form is filled and submitted, shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview and possible small coding exercise, after which the final batch will be chosen. Accepted applicants only have to pay a fee of $100 in total.
The cycle is scheduled to start in early January 2017. Upon completion of the program, introductions to potential employers will be made.
In case of inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the SE Factory website for full application criteria.