ATO members and displaced people will get free IT-education
BIONIC University in the frameworks of Coding for Future initiative by Brain Basket Foundation offered free IT-education to ATO members and displaced people. The candidates pass multilevel competitive selection, which includes testing of technical knowledge, English skills and personal interview. The most motivated participants are enrolled into the programs of the commercial educational project BIONIC School, in particular Java, .Net, Front-end groups.
“We are willing to help those Ukrainians, who got in a difficult situation. Obtained knowledge and skills will allow them to adjust to new profession and find a job in IT sector. We also expect our partner companies to take note of these motivated and purposeful people, to contribute to their adaptation and employment. I believe the participants will continue education and will be able to change and improve their lives” – says Aleksandr Zharikov, Business Development Director of BIONIC University.
Coding for Future project helps people, who suffered because of the battle actions on the East of Ukraine, to adapt to new life conditions. The participants will get free education with a specialization in computer programming in the frameworks of Coding for Future project. This will enable them to get a job at the leading Ukrainian and international IT-companies.