NYC Web Development Fellowship

The Tech Talent Pipeline is excited to launch the NYC Web Development Fellowship with three new training providers - Fullstack Academy, General Assembly and NY Code + Design Academy.

Offered free of cost to eligible applicants, the NYC Web Development Fellowship programs will prepare New Yorkers to launch a new career as a front end, backend or full stack web developer. 

Applicants to the intensive, full-time programs must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be a New York City resident 
  • Be authorized to work in the United States 
  • If currently employed, trainee must have an annual income of no more than $50,000
  • Meet all selective service requirements (see www.sss.gov)
  • No prior experience in web development (defined as no prior employment, whether part-time or full-time, as a web developer)

THE NYC WEB DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP AT: 

 
 

Frequently Asked Questions 

How much does each training cost?

The NYC Web Development Fellowship is offered free-of-charge to eligible New Yorkers. Participants will receive training related materials, laptops and metrocards throughout the program.

What is the difference between the three programs?

The NYC Web Development Fellowship will provide participants with the skills needed to begin entry-level careers as web developers. Each of the training providers encompass the essential skills that you'll need, but may focus on specific languages or frameworks as the basis for the program. Each program varies in length, but participants will all receive intensive training that teach the fundamentals, internships to get the exposure needed and a dedicated career services team to help connect to jobs post training.

How do I apply to the training programs?

Each training has a different application and may not be recruiting at the same time. Be sure to read through each program to determine which program best fits your schedule and interests. Sign-up on our mailing list to be first to hear about application openings.



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