Microverse's Full-Time Program is a 6-8 month  course that molds full-stack software developers and helps connect them with job opportunities around the world.  

Microverse's Founder & CEO, Ariel Camus, gives an overview of how the program works in the video below. 

During the Program, students learn using a very unique approach — by pair programming and collaborating with other students in real time, just as they would with colleagues if they were part of a distributed team in a real company. This innovative and unique approach not only provides our students with an accountability partner and a large, global network of support, but also helps them learn remote workflows and acquire the collaboration and communication skills that are necessary to join a global company.

During the program, we assign you a mentor who will do weekly calls with you, code reviewers who will help you improve your code, a coding partner that will make sure you show up every morning, a curated curriculum that guarantees that you are learning exactly what's necessary to get a job, and a student success team that will make sure that nothing stops you during your learning process. Read more about how we provide our students with the right support here

Students in the Full-Time Program learn JavaScript, React, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, and Computer Science fundamentals, all through working on real projects with another person. Learn more about our curriculum here.

However, our role does not stop there. Once our students are done with the curriculum, we assign them a dedicated Career Coach to help them improve their portfolio, resume and online presence, and get ready for job interviews. Then we help them find and apply to competitive jobs around the world

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