Learn Front End Web Development at GA Berlin! With a € 500 Scholarship for betahaus Members!!
We’ve all had days when we feel like a cog in the machine. We want bigger. We want better. And we want to do our own thing. We look at Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos or Marissa Mayer and think, “Hey, I could do that!” While the road is long and winding, there’s one very good place to start. If you want to leap into the world of technology and launch your own business, basic programming skills are essential.
If you’re looking for a career switch, want to meet new people or just want to start out 2013 with a new skill in coding, General Assembly Berlin is here to help. Exclusively for betahaus members, GA is offering 2 €500 scholarship towards their upcoming front-end web development course.
To enter, write 200 words or less answering the questions: “What excites you? What inspires you? And what gets you out of bed in the morning?” and submit your response to Berlin@GeneralAssemb.ly.
Entries are due by Friday, 11th January. Entries must be submitted in conjunction with the GA application.
Hard facts: Dates: 22 January– 28 March 2013, Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, Tuition: €2,000 (if you get the scholarship it’s 500€ less)
Find out more about the course at generalassemb.ly.
GA Instructor Timo Tuominen is a Freelance Developer and has been making software in various roles for over a decade. His most unique expertise lies in the versatility of his interests, which range from soldering to graphic design. For the last few years his main focus has been on web technologies, but he is actively reaching out to new dimensions.
About General Assembly: Founded in January 2011, General Assembly is a global network of campuses that helps individuals create opportunities through community and education in technology, entrepreneurship and design, through a wide variety of online and offline, formal and informal learning opportunities. General Assembly’s flagship campus is located in New York and has partnered with governments and local organizations internationally to bring educational programming in cities across the world including London, Berlin, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sydney, with outposts in Austin, Boston and Philadelphia.