AT&T and the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) recently hosted an event to announce that over 500 Nanodegree scholarships are being targeted for the AT&T Aspire to Tech Scholarship program. Up to 100 of these scholarships will be offered to selected residents in ConnectHome pilot communities located within AT&T’s 21-state wireline service area. Cleveland residents of HUD communities are eligible to apply for these scholarships.
These online tech-focused courses teach the tech skills in-demand from large companies. Udacity leverages content collaborations with Google, AT&T, Facebook and other industry leaders to create real-world projects that employees of these companies are constantly challenged with solving. AT&T Aspire to Tech Scholarship Spring 2017 cohort students can take Nanodegrees focusing on:
INTRO TO PROGRAMMING
FRONT-END WEB DEVELOPER
Interested residents in HUD ConnectHome pilot communities and students participating in AT&T Aspire supported programs should apply for the chance to gain the cutting-edge skills needed to excel in today’s economy and help us achieve the goal of increasing diversity in tech and economic opportunity to underserved communities. Participants should expect to dedicate a minimum of 10/hours a week over the 8-month Nanodegree course period. Applicants should apply online through the Aspire to Tech Scholarship Application.
Aspire to Tech Applications will be open from April 27 – May 23 and winners will be notified by email on June 6. Nanodegree classes begin on June 12 and run through February 2018 for the spring 2017 cohort.
AT&T and the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) recently hosted an event to announce that over 500 Nanodegree scholarships are being targeted for the AT&T Aspire to Tech Scholarship program. Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority CEO Jeff Patterson and Cleveland City Council Member Phyllis Cleveland joined AT&T for this special announcement.
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