Are you a resident of a country in Africa at least aged 18?
The apply for the Google Africa Developer Scholarship (GADS) Program 2021 where you get to master google developer skills and receive mentorship support from the GADS program and the Google developer community.
Application Deadline: Unspecified
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You get to:
- Master in-demand Google developer skills with expert-authored Pluralsight content
- Develop your skills and be prepared to take the Associate Android Developer Certification exam
- Receive mentorship support from the GADS program and the Google Developer community
In order to participate in the Google Africa Developer Scholarship program,
- you must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be a resident of a country in Africa.
- You may only register for one learning track/role.
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About the Google Africa Developer Scholarship (GADS) Program
Grow with Google and Pluralsight have partnered for the third consecutive year to provide a program to support software developers across Africa in three different roles:
- Associate Android Developer
- Associate Cloud Engineer
- Mobile Web Specialist
This program aims to engage with existing and aspiring developers to help them build the skills they need to get a job in tech after the program is over. The Google Africa Developer Scholarship (GADS) program gives participants free access to select courses, projects, embedded labs (powered by Qwiklabs) and skill assessments; plus support from the Google Developer community. The resources available in this program will help developers build the skills necessary to get their Google certification. Previous participants have gone on to build impactful projects for their communities, make incredible steps in their career journeys, and even become Google-certified developers and engineers