Program for Young African Developers Google Africa 2022 is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at Google Africa Developer Scholarship (GADS).
The Google Africa Developer Scholarship program has sponsored 30,000 aspiring developers in Africa to skill up with Pluralsight Skills, supported by the Andela Learning Community.
To continue advancing through the sessions to get access to more courses and mentoring, you’ll need to prove you’re dedicated to learning these tech skills. You can do this by:
- Registering for your selected track
- Completing all requirements to advance to the next phase
- Participating in Andela challenges and meetups when you can
Advancing to each subsequent phase will help you master in-demand Google developer skills with expert-authored Pluralsight content. You’ll gain skills that can help you get opportunities after the program.
Learners who complete the program may be eligible for an opportunity to take an Associate Android Developer or Associate Cloud Engineer Google certification exam with the certification exam fee paid for by Google.
Benefits of Google Africa Developer Scholarship Program
The Google Africa Developer Scholarship (GADS) program gives you free access to Pluralsight course content plus support from the Andela Learning Community in your chosen skills development track. After completing your desired track, you may be eligible to receive a Google certification grant to take Google’s Associate Android Developer or Associate Cloud Engineer certification exams. Mobile web learners will not be eligible for certification.
Requirements for Google Africa Developer Scholarship Program Qualification
In order to participate in the Google Africa Developer Scholarship program, you must be at least 18 years of age and be a resident of a country in Africa.
Interview date, Process, and Venue for Google Africa Developer Scholarship Program
Acceptance into this program is limited, so get started today to ensure you don’t miss out! Applicants will be prioritized for advancement based on onboarding survey completion, amount of Pluralsight content consumed and other target demographics.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to Google Africa Developer Scholarship (GADS) on pluralsight.co1.qualtrics.com to apply
- Register at this link and meet the program criteria.
- Take the Andela onboarding survey with the same email you used to register on Pluralsight. Make sure to select which track you’re focusing on.
- Watch one or more hours of Pluralsight content in the track you chose.
For more details, visit GADS website.