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The NYC Web Development Fellowship
The NYC Web Development Fellowship is an intensive training program that combines a free 5-month training course at Flatiron School with a 12-week paid internship, along with connections to jobs in technology. The purpose of the fellowship is to equip New Yorkers with the skills necessary to launch careers in web development.
The fellowship is full-time and accepts only 32 students per year. All applicants will be submitted to a competitive screening process. Those selected must be willing to commit to 22 weeks of training at Flatiron School. Students from all backgrounds with a passion to learn about web development are selected.
The fellowship is offered by the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline, a program launched by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio , to prepare New Yorkers in skills needed by New York's top employers, and to build a talented workforce to strengthen New York businesses.
The location is usually in NEW YORK.