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Commonwealth Coders web development training program

By Jana Shell, Reentry Navigator
South Central Kentucky Workforce Development Board/Cumberlands Workforce Development Board

The Bluegrass, Cumberlands, Northern Kentucky, South Central, Tenco, and Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Boards are partnering together once again to bring the Commonwealth Coders web development training program across 66 counties of Kentucky, including Adair, Casey, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor.

The "Commonwealth Coders" training program is a great opportunity for individuals that are willing to dedicate 16-weeks to become career ready in a growing tech industry. Below are key points of the program:
  • 16-week virtual training program that prepares participants to become Junior Web Developers
  • Commonwealth Coders will be launching January 2022
  • Students will be required to dedicate Monday - Friday 8:30amCT-2pmCT
  • Some participants will qualify at little to no cost, but there are also self-pay and employer pay options
Interested applicants can apply at www.commonwealthcoders.com.




This story was posted on 2021-12-29 13:51:02
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