In a world in constant evolution and whose digitisation is accelerating every day, Wild Code School give you the tools to develop the skills that will enable you to adapt to change and to ensure your professional (and personal) future.
Founded in 2014 by Anna Stépanoff and Romain Coeur, the Wild Code School is a network of 19 schools and growing in Europe. During a hackathon to imagine the education of tomorrow, our two founders decided to tackle the training of web developers, a profession already in shortage at that time.
This was how the first Wild Code School campus and Wilders were created in France in 2013.
Today the Wild Code School has :
- more than 1500 former students,
- 2 specialities (web development & data analysis)
- 19 campuses in Europe and growing
- an average rate of 87% of students successfully working in the tech ecosystem.
About the event
Are you a woman thinking of changing your career? Want better job opportunities? Do you think you could be a great developer?
If the answer is yes, then Wild Code School and Women in Mobile can help you! We're looking for 5 women to finance their studies in programming with a full scholarship, and helping them to pursue their dreams.
How to get them? We explain you here below :)
1. Send us a short motivation letter explaining why do you want to become a developer.
2. Come to our workhop on 16/12
3. Complete Wild Code School's application process successfully.
AGENDA OF THE EVENT
19:00 Opening and presentation of the scholarships
21:30 Networking Drinks
Don't forget to bring your laptop! You will need it! Come to meet us and find out if you have the skills to be a developer!
About Ashleigh More-Hattia
Ashleigh is the lead instructor at Wild Code School and has years of experience working in the field. She's a practised front-end and back-end developer, knowledgeable in both the creative process and the logical steps required to pull it all together.
When: December 16th 2019, 18:30-22:00
Where: OneCoWork Plaça Catalunya
Make sure you head over to the event and grab your ticket to save your spot. Members attend free of charge.