Engineering Apprentice - Frontend

internship - , unpaid

Twitter
Boulder, CO
Closed
Posted 38 Days ago
Twitter
Boulder, CO
internship - , unpaid
Posted 38 Days ago
Closed

Description

Company: Twitter Industry: Internet / E-Commerce Social Media Country: United States State/Province: Colorado City: Boulder Post Date: 07/10/2019 10:08 AM The Twitter Engineering Apprenticeship Program is an opportunity for folks from non-traditional tech backgrounds to experience engineering at Twitter. Our Apprenticeship Program is a one-year rotation program with full-time employment. Upon completion of the program, Apprentices graduate and embed fully into a Twitter team. We believe the people who build Twitter should be representative of those that use the platform, this includes people from backgrounds that are historically underrepresented within tech such as women, black, Latinx, Native American, etc, just to name a few. We'd like to highly encourage these, and all the folks from similar backgrounds, to apply for this apprenticeship. Timeline * Applications will close on July 31, 2019. * Qualified applicants will receive an invitation to participate in a Hacker Rank Challenge. * All applicants will receive a decision on their candidacy by September 2019. * You're available to start with the inaugural cohort October 7, 2019

Skills

embedded c, social media, engineering, e-commerce, python, programming, android development, objective-c, github, django, postgresql, ruby on rails, computer science, ruby, algorithm development

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