Build the App of your Dreams
Because the folks at the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce really believe in economic growth in our community, they’re providing a scholarship for one lucky student of our Tampa Bay – St. Petersburg Front End Engineering course!
If you’ve wanted to take the plunge into the world of full-time web development, the St. Petersburg Chamber and The Iron Yard are providing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to start a new career with hands-on training, mentoring and job placement support.
The Iron Yard is very excited to announce the second cohort of Front End Engineering students in Tampa Bay starting January 26th and even more excited to announce a partnership with the St. Petersburg Chamber to provide a $3,000 scholarship towards tuition. Here are the details:
St. Petersburg Chamber “What would you build?” Scholarship
We want to know what app or website you’ve always wanted to build, then give you the skills to make it a reality at The Iron Yard!
In order to apply for the scholarship, simply apply to The Iron Yard’s Tampa Bay class starting on January 26th and write a short 250 word essay explaining what you would build when you graduate from The Iron Yard (you can add this essay to the end of the form in the “Anything else?” field).
Apply now: https://theironyard.typeform.com/to/EcL2Zc
Our Campus Director will accept email submissions from qualified applicants only. Submissions will be judged jointly by The Iron Yard and the St. Petersburg Chamber. Be creative with your submission and excite us about the possibilities!
Want to learn more about The Iron Yard? Details are below. You can also visit our website at theironyard.com/tampabay.
“Together, The Iron Yard and the St. Pete Chamber are preparing the next generation of developers, filling the already overwhelming demand for tech talent in the Tampa Bay market and beyond. This is a tremendous opportunity to make a potentially life-changing career move.”
—Toni Aliberti, Campus Director, The Iron Yard Tampa Bay
One of our recent graduates, Jose, just landed his dream job at Mad Mobile, a software company in Tampa Bay.
“I was going down a career path that I wasn’t happy with before, but now I’m working in small dev shop that does mobile e-commerce sites for well-known brands. Going through the front end program at the Iron Yard allowed me to pick up the skills I needed to even land this job in the first place and skills that I use every single day. It’s pretty awesome and the future looks really good for me in this industry.”