There has never been a better time to be self-equipped for global opportunities than now. With the nHub Fellowship Programme, the nHub is taking this bold leap to blaze a trail in Northern Nigeria by training software developers with global tools for international relevance in the 10 months.
Become a world class reputable software Engineer with access to live projects using world best tools. You will be able to build professional and technical skills required to be a globally competent software developer.
Who can apply?
- Must be an Adult (age 18 and above)
- Currently undergoing National Youth Service or Must have completed his/her National Youth Service.
- Must be ready to learn, exhibit leadership, Integrity, Passion.
- Must be ready to live within Jos, Plateau state within the 10 months.
If your ultimate goal is to make Money, please DO NOT APPLY.
NO accommodation nor Remuneration shall be provided during the Fellowship.
We are not just creating world class software developers. We are a fellowship for world class software developers and testers.
“I have a proposal from a firm in the US on building world class software testers to work in Kenya and the US, we are not only building world class software developers. We are also building world class software testers” Daser David, founder nHub.
How to apply
In 5 simple stages:
Application -> Aptitude test – > Interview -> Boot camp – > Confirmation
Complete the form (www.nhubnigeria.com/fellowship) to give us relevant information about yourself. There after you will be informed of your successful application and further instructions will be given. An email will also be sent to indicate your progress to the next stage.
You will get a link to an online test, after which a remarkable score would qualify you for the interview. Upon success on the test, you will receive a basic study pack upon which some of your interview would be premised. An email will be delivered to indicate your progress to the next stage.
If selected, you will be notified and invited for an interview by a panel constituted by senior software developers at nHub. An email would be sent to indicate your progress to the next stage.
Successful applicants will participate in a two-week (2 weeks) boot camp at the nHub Academy. You will be required to learn individually and work within a team to deliver assigned projects.
The most outstanding participants would be admitted into the nHub 10 months Developers Dream Team.
Applications open till 15th April 2017. Apply now at www.nhubnigeria.com/fellowship.
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