HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN HOW TO CODE BUT DIDN’T KNOW HOW TO GET STARTED?
DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY!
Can you think critically? Do you like solving problems? Can you learn fast and still be ok receiving criticism when you’re wrong? Interns4Hire.com is providing an opportunity for unemployed and underemployed individuals with an emphasis on increasing the opportunity for youth, women, minorities, and Veterans to enter the information technology workforce. Interns4Hire.com has established a Maryland approved and registered Apprenticeship program to teach software skills while working on the job as a member of their web development team.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Optional Step One – We offer an Apprenticeship Training class for individuals who are ready to take the first step to begin a career as a Web Developer but can’t meet the pre-work requirements. The course is a 4-week instructor-led class.
Students will learn:
- basic coding literacy (how coding works, fundamental computational thinking, logic structures and more)
- how to gain familiarity with the most common coding languages
- how to develop soft skills
- career readiness training to work in a web development environment.
Interns4Hire.com created these classes or (pre-apprenticeship course) to help get you ready for their Apprenticeship program or wherever you want next. The cost of the Apprenticeship Training class is $5,000. Training grants are available through Federal, State and County agencies that could fund up to 100% of the cost of the class to those who qualify. Upon completion, you will be better equipped to secure placement as an apprentice.
CLASS TOPICS INCLUDE:
– Basic HTML
– Basic CSS
– Working on a project team
– Intro to Object-Oriented Programming
– Project Work
July 08, 2019 – August 12, 2019
November 18, 2019 – December 16, 2019
January 13, 2020 – February 10, 2020
March 10, 2020 – April 7, 2020
May 12, 2020 – June 9, 2020
If you have experience, we can hire you DIRECTLY as a Journeyworker.
A Journey worker starting pay is: $25 per hour
An Apprentice Wage Progression Schedule is as follows:
Step Two- Complete the form below. Make sure you upload your resume and include any links to projects you’ve completed for other employers. You will be contacted for a face-to-face interview IF you’re selected.
Step Three – Once selected…Each apprentice will work at our partnering employer’s location and they’ll be paired up with our teams of mid- and senior-level developers.
What if I don’t have any experience coding? Can I still get into the program? Obviously, some experience with the technical skills will help, but even if you’re new to web development, you can be part of our program. The application process requires pre-work, which will help us determine the applicants we want – hard work, critical thinking and problem solving will get you far.
I filled out the application. Am I accepted? We get a lot of applicants for a limited number of spots so applying is just the first step. We’ll contact you with the next steps, but there’s a decent amount of pre-work and interviews with our team if you want to continue through the application process.
Will I be compensated during this apprenticeship? Fair is fair, right? We pay our apprentices above minimum wage while they’re learning and working on our clients’ projects. There are opportunities for raises according to the wage progression schedule listed above and how dedicated you are too. It’s a full-time job requiring your full-time attention.
What percentage of students qualify for financial aid and scholarships? Unlike most web development boot camps, we pay you to be part of our apprenticeship program so we don’t offer financial aid. We’re looking for people with dedication and passion – not the biggest check. You may want to connect with your local Career OneStop to assist in funding the Apprenticeship Training Class IF you lack the skills to provide pre-work experience.
How long is the selection process? The selection process can take two to four weeks so if you are interested in pursuing a career as a web developer and want to apprentice with Interns4Hire.com, you should apply as soon as possible. We’ll review every application so apply early to make sure you’re on the list.
What happens to people when they finish the apprenticeship? That depends on the person, their commitment, and the employer partner. After completion of an apprenticeship program, the apprentice earns a nationally-recognized credential from the State of Maryland Office of Apprenticeship and Training Office of Workforce Development Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation that is portable and stackable. This means that other employers in that industry will recognize its value and that the apprentice can build on its foundation to further his or her knowledge and education. Interns4Hire.com is a Non-Joint Committee Apprenticeship program–meaning, some apprentices get hired directly by our partnering employers and work for them, and some apprentices become part of the Interns4Hire.com team. Interns4Hire.com is working on expanding their apprenticeship program to the District of Columbia, Michigan, and Florida.
To learn more about the Apprenticeship Training Class and Apprenticeship Program, complete the Apprenticeship Form below.