Andela Launches ALC 4.0 In Partnership with Google and Pluralsight

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Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of Andela Learning Community 4.0 in partnership with Google and Pluralsight. The program will run for a period of 6 months starting from today 15th May 2019. Google and Pluralsight are companies that share our commitment to scale technology talent and learning across Africa, and we’re happy to partner with them. ALC 4.0 will bring Andela closer to achieving its bold mission of training 100,000 software engineers across Africa in 10 years.The Andela Learning Community is open to everyone interested in acquiring technical skills, regardless of their educational background. For this current track, participants will be advancing their skills in Web development, Android development and Google Cloud technologies on Pluralsight. Learners who successfully complete the Google Scholarship Certification Program have the opportunity to go a step further to take a Google Certification exam, thereby certifying their competence and job readiness. All interested applicants can apply here.Since its inception, in partnership with companies like Google and Udacity, the ALC has delivered learning to over 33,000 developers and produced over 12,000 graduates across 17+ countries in Africa. In collaboration with Grow with Google and Pluralsight, we will deliver training to 30,000 more learners across 15+ countries in Africa with the ALC 4.0.We have put out a call for collaboration across multiple media channels for volunteer ALC ambassadors and mentors who are interested in supporting new learners, to join us in raising the next generation of technology leaders. Sign up here to volunteer, if this looks like what you’re interested in.Look out for more communications from us regarding everything pertaining to this program.

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