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Sence opens application in Chile for 1000 programming scholarships

By Silvia Castro Betancourt 0 Comments NEWS, Regional News

This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

El Sence (National Training and Employment Service of Chile) has opened a scholarship for 1,000 people to become programmers, beginning August 1st. More specifically to become a web application developer analyst, this free course invites individuals through the Work Scholarship Program, and is financed through the OTIC Sofofa.

Applications are open until August 21st, and must follow this initiative:

"If you have affinity with technology - video games, software development, programming languages, HTML, JAVA, computers, smartphones, applications, Android, google, Apple, pcfactory, iPS, Tablet, part-time work, Teleworking, English, among others - this course is for you.

The challenge is to prepare you to work in one of the most demanded and best-paid industries in the world.

Importantly, during the selection process, interested parties will have to take a mathematical logic test whose results will serve to rank the candidates and assign the scholarships."

This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

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