Sounds like the learning experience you have been looking for? It is the Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship. And it is available exclusively through the Louisville Institute of Technology: LIT, Inc.
The LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) means being part of a group or team that supports each other’s success to achieve organizational goals through the application of Information Technology. Parallel to what happens in the workplace. Professionals in the software developer community support each other not only by sharing technical knowledge, but with motivation, emotional energy, and accountability for daily progress. In real life, engineers work in a team, not individually. LIT apprentices get exactly that.
This is not a coding bootcamp. It is 100% online true work-ready on day one IT Professional development program. This is a full immersion in the intense and exciting IT software development work environment, with access to coaching and mentoring to assure your success in each project and technical requirement
Technical and curriculum components of the LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA):
Begin your apprenticeship as an LIT Full-Stack Software Developer when you can commit to 6-8-hour days, five days a week for the next 12 – 13 weeks. You will join a group of new LIT FSD apprentices and jump right in with your first assignment online, requiring you to begin building computer code.
Program Fee: $7,500
Additional Scholarship: $200 from Louisville Institute of Technology during Covid19 Pandemic 2020-2021 – Reserved for those who are qualified, often had exhausted other options
Your Cost: $300 , which can be paid in 3 payments of $100/month
The LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) condenses 6 to 12 months of classroom training into a three-month intensive and immersive program. The successful apprentice must make a a fulltime commitment of 6-8 hours day doing and learning coding, researching client needs and software engineering best practices, collaborating with cohorts and communicating effectively: exactly like the real-life development environment!
The LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) is a virtual/online with direct support, team gathering and collaboration at Louisville Institute Technology branch campuses.
The LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) is ideal for individuals who identify as:
• Career Launchers: Early career professionals seeking the ability to master the full enterprise-level Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
• Career Builders: Professionals ready to build on existing skills and advance to the next level. Examples: entry-level to junior developer; junior to senior level; senior level to lead engineer. Fortify your achievements in software programing, design, and integration and earn a true work-ready enterprise level I-Have-Done-IT certificate.
• Career Switchers: Mid- or later career professionals looking to switch into software development from another field, such as marketing, sales, operations, or other fields where design, creativity and understanding of the enterprise is fundamental.
Pre-requisites for the LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) is a basic understanding of computer systems and software, and knowledge of at least one programming language. LIT also offers a computer programming introduction track with mentoring and coaching resources available upon request.
The certificate is trademarked and reserved for only those who have developed a truly functional application, in this case based on Microsoft Full-Stack Multi-Tier Software hosted in the cloud.
Stepping into a career in software and web development requires a variety of skills, both hard and soft. The LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) provides guidance for navigating a career path into Information Technology. It demonstrates best practices of an effective pitch in the interview room. It pushes you to develop communication skills used by real IT practitioners, team leaders, and software architects: professionals who also recruit real IT talent.
The LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) goes beyond the typical instructor-led classrooms, reading materials and periodic exams. The apprentices learn through team collaboration, knowledge sharing, collaborative research, team problem solving and individual creation of multi-tier applications that have been tested for deployment. Apprentices will be interviewed daily, questioned, challenged, and tested. Those who successfully complete the apprenticeship will be fully rounded and work-ready on their first day of employment.
The career preparation elements of the LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship (FSDA) include:
The apprenticeship offers tangible career exercises focused on launching a career as a developer, including:
Those who complete the LIT Full-Stack Software Developer Apprenticeship will better compete for positions in industry, government and community services that demand work-ready full-stack software development experience. According to wage data for the United States, the average annual compensation for full-stack enterprise software developers is about $75K.