Deadline: March 15, 2014 at 5:00 p.m
More Details: Tekmeca Website
Applications are now open for the Cloud Computing Academy’s 20 full scholarships for unemployed or underemployed San Francisco residents to strengthen their career skills. The Cloud Computing Academy is run by a local non-profit called Tekmeca, and is launching a learning-training-mentorship program to offer junior-level cloud-computing programming skills and general cloud-computing industry familiarity. Classes will be scheduled for evenings and weekends, to provide maximum flexibility to students, with day-time hours devoted to real-world projects connecting students to engineers from program partners such as myTAG and BruteSoft.com. The scholarships are open to San Francisco residents who are 18+, unemployed, low-income, underemployed, changing careers, or otherwise not able to access job skills renewal. Awardees will be notified on March 22, with scholarships funded by San Francisco’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development as part of the TechSF initiative.