Digital Works is pleased to announce two students have been awarded an AT&T Udacity Nanodegree scholarship.
Paul Johnson, of Logan, Ohio, and Anna Pollard, of West Union, Ohio, have each been selected to receive an AT&T Udacity Front-end Web Development Nanodegree scholarship of $2,000.
Nanodegrees are a new category of online education that connects people – no matter where they are – with affordable and effective training focused specifically on high-demand science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills.
Digital Works Ohio locations are offering a total of 20 scholarships throughout 2015, which are made possible by AT&T. Each scholarship has an approximate value of $2,000 and enables students to complete one Nanodegree of their choice. The Nanodegree program is part of AT&T Aspire, AT&T’s signature education initiative to prepare students for success in school and the modern workforce.
To learn more about Nanodegrees, please visit: https://www.udacity.com/nanodegrees
Digital Works students and graduates interested in applying for one of the available scholarships should speak with their local Digital Works Facilitator; a readiness assessment and other pre-requisites are required for application. Scholarships for available Nanodegree programs area of interest include: Front-end web developer, Full stack developer, and iOS mobile developer.