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Niantic Selects Tech Elevator for Launch of New Voyager Apprenticeship Program

Niantic will select 20 underrepresented individuals—with the opportunity to join their team for a six-month apprenticeship.

Tech Elevator, an intensive educational provider helping individuals and companies gain in-demand technology skills for the modern workforce, is partnering with Niantic for a scholarship program that will provide 20 underrepresented individuals in the San Francisco Bay, Los Angeles and Seattle areas the opportunity to launch a career in technology. Niantic is the world’s leading Augmented Reality and mobile real-world company, building engaging applications that merge cutting-edge technology with gaming experiences that foster exploration, discovery, and social interaction.

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Scholarship recipients will learn to code, tuition free, through the 14-week coding bootcamp and then launch a career as a junior software engineer—either with a six-month Voyager Apprenticeship at Niantic or through one of Tech Elevator’s hiring partners. Tech Elevator and Niantic are now accepting scholarship applications for a start date on October 24, 2022.

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“Tech Elevator is proud to partner with Niantic to transform the lives of 20 individuals through our coding bootcamp,” said Anthony Hughes, CEO and Co-founder of Tech Elevator. “With Niantic, we have a common mission to foster a more inclusive technology workforce. This program will open the door of opportunity to deserving individuals looking to change the trajectory of their careers.”

Based on student performance, Niantic will select the 10 top-performing individuals for a six-month apprenticeship—immediately following the bootcamp.

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