FREE DIGITAL SKILLS TRAINING WITH PAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

FREE DIGITAL SKILLS TRAINING WITH PAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Stanislaus County Workforce Development, in partnership with Bay Valley Tech is currently offering free training and paid work experience opportunities to individuals between the ages of 16-30.


#CaliforniansForAll Youth Jobs Corps has awarded the funding to help interested individuals participate in a Digital Skills Bootcamp and learn the skills needed for Digital Marketing, Web Design, Software Development, Software Quality Assurance, Information Technology (IT) Help Desk, IT Project Management and so much more.

 

Upon completion of the FREE Digital Skills Bootcamp, we will provide you the opportunity to be placed in A PAID Internship!

29 hours/week | $25 per hour | 28 weeks

How do I qualify:

AGES 16-30

MEET MINIMUM ELIGIBILTIY REQUIREMENT

Interested in Learning more? Click Here To Register!

 

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