The Andela Learning Community (ALC) combines Andela’s learning science with Udacity’s online curriculum and Google’s developer scholarships to provide the platform you need to become a world-class problem solver.

APPLICATION DEADLINES LEARNERS

Call for Applications: March 19 – April 24  |   Selection: May 2  |   Open single course challenge: May 8

VOLUNTEERS

Call for Applications: March 19 – April 15  |   Selection: April 15

Program tracks/curriculum

Apply to the Android or Web track as a Beginner or Intermediate Learner

Web Developer

 

If accepted, you’ll be placed into one of two tracks based on your experience level.

Beginner Track
Beginner Track

No programming experience required.

2-month access to Intro to HTML + CSS

Design and build stunning and engaging websites!

Intermediate Track
Intermediate Track

Some programming experience required.

2-month access to Offline Web Applications

Build responsive web applications and grow as a developer.

NANODEGREE PROGRAM
Front-End Web Developer
NANODEGREE PROGRAM

Create Stunning User Experiences

NANODEGREE PROGRAM
Mobile Web Specialist
NANODEGREE PROGRAM

Build Elegant  Mobile Web Apps

Android Developer

 

If accepted, you’ll be placed into one of two tracks based on your experience level.

Beginner Track
Beginner Track

Begin to code from scratch.

2-month access to Android Basics: User Interface

Start building Android apps!

Intermediate Track
Intermediate Track

Build interactive multi-screen Android Apps.

2-month access to Developing Android Apps

Get closer to becoming an Android developer!

NANODEGREE PROGRAM
Android Basics
NANODEGREE PROGRAM

Learn Java and Start Building Apps

NANODEGREE PROGRAM
Android Developer
NANODEGREE PROGRAM

Learn Best Practices for Mobile Development

Andela Learning Community

8000

Apps built

60,000

hours of learning

300

Meetups

300

Success stories

In the Andela Learning Community, we have received over 20,000 unique applications, supported over 6000 learners, and produced confident graduates. Read more about the ALC program.

Success stories

Akande

Akande Olasunkanmi

Akande, a former driver, found an opportunity to start a long-term career in software development to support his daughters by joining ALC in 2017. He plans to join a top tech company as a software engineer – currently he is doing some learning to grow his programming skills.

Comfort

Comfort Mbah

Comfort, who joined ALC in 2017, came to ALC after leaving her job as a kitchen assistant. Now, she’s proudly embracing a career in software development while pursuing her college admission into a technology-oriented discipline.

Ajoke

Ajoke Emekene

Ajoke joined ALC in 2017, hoping to use the skills she learns as a software developer to begin her educational business to grow other aspiring developers in her region.